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4RBRo;ni mM book 



List cf Householders in Arhroailh, Carnousli' 
Ffiockheim. and Surrounding Districts. 



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EMIGRATION AGENTS. 

;0t, 103 High Street, Arbroath 

\nd H!GH STREET, CARNOUSTIE 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



C. Y. MYLES, 

Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor, 

21 James Street & 112 High Street. 



We hold a Stock of the 
Famous 

BURBERRY . 



WEATHERPROOF 



GARMENTS 



For Ladies and Gentlemen. 



'Patterns on application. 




C. Y. MYLES, 



21 James Street and 112 High Street. 
Telephone too. 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Established a Quarter of a Century. 



Moneur's derated "Waters 



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Are all Guaranteed Pure, being tM. anufactured on 
Principles which Ensure a Thorough Purification 
of all Waters and Absolute Purity in all Essences, 
Syrups, &c, used 



D. Moncur & Co., 

Aerated Water Manufacturers, 

HELEN STREET, ARBROATH. 



Make certain when Ordering Aerated Waters 
that you get MONCUR'S. 



WV Vans Visit all Towns and Villages in 
the District. 



HELEN STREET, aRBROaTH 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J AS. PETE 

High-Class Ladies' and Gent's Tail* 



Jweed and "Worsted 
Suitings. 

Seoteh and English 

trouserings. 

— ♦ — 

Serges, Vicunas, Coatings, 
in 3}laek and glue. 

Overeoatings in all the 

JVewest jYtaterials. 

1 — ♦ — 

Shirts, graees, Jies, arid 
Hosiery. 

A SPLENDID SELECTION CAN 
ALWAYS BE HAD. 

Customers may rely on all 

Goods being thoroughly 

Up-to-Date. 




24, 26 & 28 COMMERCE STR 



ARBROATH 



Twenty-Seventh Year of Issue. Copyright. 




AND 



(Emtmx Jf or far shire ^iwctorg, 

CONTAINING 

LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS IN ARBROATH, 

CARNOUSTIE, FRIOCKHE1M, AND 

SURROUNDING DISTRICTS, 

For 19115. 




PUBLISHED BY 

BRODIE & SALMOND, 

AT THE OFFICE OF THE "ARBROATH HERALD," 

BROTHOCK BRIDGE, ARBROATH. 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Telegrams : Firemaster, Arbroath. 

ROWLAND G. FARQUHAR 

guilding Contractor, 
Undertaker. House Factor. 

Contractor to H.M. Office of Works. 



TECTONIC . 
DIPLOMAS , 

IN 

General Building, = 
Carpentry, Joinery, 
Architectural = 
Design, Surveying, 
&c. 

PORTABLE . 
GREENHOUSES . 

Cosy Summer - 
Houses & Shelters. 



Quaint and Attractive 
Cabinet Joinery. 



ECCLESIA STIC A L 
FURNITURE . . 

And Fitments. 

JOINERY IN ALL 
BEST STYLES . 

(Ornamental & Artistic) 



Bar, Shop, Office 

And other Fittings 
Executed. 



Shop Fitter. 

Show=Case Maker. 



Estimates Given for all kinds of Work. 



4 and 6 HILL PLACE, ARBROATH. 



Established i860. 



Telephone 104. 



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ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



CONTENTS. 



Abbey Burying Ground, *- 

Agents for Poor in Civil Cases, - 

Ambulance Van, ■ 

Ambulance Corps, 

Analytical Association, 

Angling Clubs, - 

Angus Agricultural Association, 

Arbroath Agricultural Society 

Agricultural Co-operative Society, 

Arbroathian Clubs, Societies, &c. 

Art College, Hospitalneld, 

Artillery, - 

Asylum Board, Montrose Dist., 

Bellrock Lighthouse, - 

Bellrock Signal Tower, 

Benefit Societies, - 

Bible Society, 

Blind Mission 

Bowling Clubs, - - - - 

Boys' Brigade, - 

Boy Scouts, - 

B.W.T.A., - 

Burial Grounds, - - 

Burns' Club, - 

Cage Bird Society, •'.-'- 

Calendar, - - - - - 

Canine Society, - - - - 

Cattle Markets, - - - - 

Cemeteries, - 

Chamber of Commerce, 

Charitable Societies, - 

Choral Union, - 

Churches, - 

Clothing Societies, - 

Coast Guard, - - - 

Consuls, 

Convalescent House, - 
Co-operative Associations, - 
County Associations, - 
County Council, - 

County Officials, - 

Cricket Club - 

Curling Club, - - - - 

Customs and Excise, 

Dairymen's Association, 

Dale Industrial School, 

Destitute Sick Societies, 

District Committee of C.C.y 

District Directory, 

Dramatic Societies, 

Ecclesiastical Information, - 

E. Coast Fisheries Association, • 

Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, 



49 
63 

49 

69 

87 

101 

203 

73 

73 

79 

69 

97 

203 

65 

65 

81 

91 

91 

99 

97 

97 

95 

44 

69 

71 

13 

71 

12 

49 

81 

91-93 

71 

53-6 L 

93 

63 

63 

73 

77 

79 

201 

201 

101 

101 

63 

83 

67 

91 

203 

201 

• 71 

53-61 

89 

. 73 



Educational Institute, 
Epidemic Hospital, . . . 

Ex-Ploughmen's Association, 

Fairs, 

Farmers' Club, ... 

Farmers in E. Forfarshire, 

Female Voters Roll, 
Fire Brigade, .... 
Fishery Board, South Esk, 
Football Clubs and Associations, 
Foresters, A.O., ... 

Forfarshire Associations, 
Friendly Societies!, - 
Gaelic Society, - 
Gardeners, Free, ... 

Gas Works, .... 
General Directory for Arbroath,- 
Golf Clubs, .... 

Guildry Incorporation, 
Gymnastic Club, Y.M.C.A., 

Halls, 

Harbour Trustees, ... 
Health Congress, ... 
Highland Pipe Band,- 
High School F.P.'s Ladies' Union 
Holidays. .... 

Hope Trust Aiders Association,- 
Incorporated Trades, - - - 
Infirmary and Dispensary, - 
Instrumental Band, ... 
Insurance Com., National Health, 
Insurance Referee Board, - 
Insurance Societies, ... 
Independent Labour Party, 
I.O.G.T. Lodges, 
Justice of Peace Court, 



67 
73 
87 
12 
87 

241 

157 
49 

203 

103 
77 
79 
75 
71 
75 
49 
41 
99 
73 

■95 
42 
63 

101 
73 
67 
42 
91 
73 
73 
73 
63 
65 
87 
85 
95 

201 



Labour Representation Committee, 87 

Ladies' Choir, 71 

Lawn Tennis Club, 99 

Liberal Associations, 85 

Library Committee, ... 69 

Licensed Trade Defence Assocs., 87 

Licensing Committee (County), • 61 

Licensing Courts (Statutory), - 61 

Lifeboat Institution, ... 65 

Literary Club, ... 69 

Magistrates, .... 43 

Map of Arbroath, - - 46-47 

Marine Lights, - - . - 16 

Masonic Lodges, - _ ■ . 7fl 

Members of Parliament, - 41 

Men's Own, .... 89 
Meteorological Society, - .71 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Established 1868. 



J. EDDIE, 

Practical Watchmaker, 

Gold and Silver Smith. 



Our Stock is Large 
and Comprehensive, 

including 

Watches, Clocks, 

Jewellery, Silver, 

Electro-Plated 

Goods, 

All Soundly Made 

and of Best Quality 




Special Stock of 

MARBLE 

and 

WOODEN 

CLOCKS, 

Suitable for 

Presentation. 
Generous Terms 
to Committees. 



We have always New and Exclusive Designs in Silver 
and Electro Table* Appointments. 

Engagement and Dress Rings and 9 ct. and 15 ct. Pendants a Speciality 

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Personal Supervision of all Repairs. Skilled & Prompt Attention 

at Moderate Charges. 

We Specialise Watch and Clock Work because they have been 

our Special Study. High-Grade Chronometer and Repeating 

Watches Carefully Cleaned and Adjusted. 



Clocks Wound and Kept in Order by Contract. 
Estimates Given for Special Work, Public Clocks, &c. 



105 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH 



(Opposite Town House.) 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 


9 




CONTENTS— Ctntinued. 






Miniature Rifle Club and Assoc, 95 Rockfishers' Club, 


- 101 




Missionary Organisations, - 89 Rural Teachers' Association, 


- 63 




Mortifications, .... 50-53 Salvation Army,- 


- 61 




Municipal Constituency, - 49 Savings Bank, 


- 81 




Municipal Voters, ... 109 School Board and Schools, 


- 67 




Museum, ----- 69 Scientific and N.H. Association, 71 




Needlework Guild, - 93 Seamen Fraternity, - 


75 




New Club, 71 Secondary Education Committee, 201 




Nursing Association, - - - 93 Shepherds, L.O.A., - 


- 77 




! Oddfellows, - - - - 75 Sheriff Court and Sheriff Officers, 63 




Old Age Pension Committee, - 63 Shipbrokers, ... 


- 65 




Outdoor Pastimes, - - - 99 Shipping, Arbroath, - 


18 




Parish Council, - - - 50 , Shipwr'k'd Fishermen's Ben. 


Soc, 93 




Parliamentary Voters, - - 109 [ Shooting Clubs, 


- 95 




Pentecostal League, - - - 91 ; Shop Assistants' Union, 


- 87 




Philanthropic Societies, - 91-93 Sick Societies, ... 


- 91 




Philharmonic Society, - - 71 j Soldiers' & Sailors' Help Society, 93 




Picture Gallery, - - - - 69 S.P.C.C. and S.P.C.A., - 


- 93 




Plate Glass Insurance Association, 89 ! Sports' Clubs, ... 


99 103 




Ploughmen's International Society, 77 ' Surf Boat, - - - - 


- 65 




Police Office and Police Court, - 49 Swimming Clubs, 


- 101 




Political Associations, - - 85 ; Taxes for 1914-15, 


52 




Poorhouse, 50 


Temperance Societies, 


95 




Population of Burgh, - - - 42 


Territorial Force, 


- 97 




Post Office, - - - -15-17 


Tide Table, 


19 




Presbyterial Associations, - - 91 


Town Council, ... 


- 44 




Presbyteries, - - - 61 


Town Improvement Association, 81 




Prohibition Party, ... 93 


Tract and Book Society, - 


- 91 




Property Investment Company, - 87 


Trades and Professions (Arbroath) 179 




Public Boards, Societies, &c, - 61 


Trades Council, - - - 


- 81 




Public Buildings Company, - 87 


Trades' Unions, - - - 


- 83 




Public Halls, .... 42 


Unionist Associations, 


- 87 




Public Officials, - - - - 4t 
Railway Agents, ... 12 


Valuation of Arbroath & S Vigeans 42 




Voters (Parliamentary) Roll (Arb), 109 




Rates and Taxes for 1914-15 - 42 


Ward Representatives, &c, 


-44,49 




Rechabites, I.O., - 77 


Whist Clubs, 


- 95 




Red Cross Society, 97 


White Hart Garage Co., - 


- 89 




Registrar's Office, ... 61 


Women's Co-operative Guild, 


- 89 




Religious Societies, ... 89 


Yearly Benefit Societies, - 


- 81 




Review of the Year, 21 


Y.M.C.A., --. - 


- 89 




Rifle Association, B.W., - - 97 


Y.W.C.A., 


- 89 




Rocket Apparatus, ... 65 






EASTERN FORFARSHIRE DIRECTORY. 






Arbirlot, 237 


Map of Carnoustie, page - 


- 206 




Auchmithie, - - - - 238 


Friockheim, - 


- 231 




Barry, 213 


Guthrie, .... 


- 232 




Carmyllie, - - 236 


Inverkeilor, ... 


239 




Carnoustie, .... 205 


Kinnell, 


- 232 




Carnoustie Traders, . - - 228 


Kirkden, - 


232-233 




Carnoustie Voters' Roll, - - 215 


Lunan, - 


. 240 




Colliston, 239 


Panbride, .... 


- 211 




Farmers in E. Forfarshire, - 241 


St Vigeans, ... 


. 235 




Forfarshire County Council, ■ 199 


Map of Barry, page 


- 212 






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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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TELEPHONE No. 89 



J. & R. W. SIEVWRBGHT 



Joiners arb Contractors, 



Lordburn Joinery Worlds 

ARBROATH. 



fobbing PromptlY Attended to. 



Estimates and Sketches 

GIVEN FREE. 




POST OFFICE INFORMATION. 

POSTMASTER, J. BRYDON. HOURS OF ATTENDANCE. 



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For Sale of Stamps, Begistratioa of Let- 
ters, &c. 

,, Payment and Sale of Postal Orders ... 
„ Money Orders, Inland Berenue Stamps, 

and Licenses 

,, Savings Bank, Government Annuity, 

and Insurance Business 

,, Telephone and Telegraph Business ... 



Week Days. 


FROM 


TO 


A.M. 


P.M. 


8 


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Sundays. 



from 

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TO 

10.0 a.m. & 
12.15 p.m.. 
to 1.15 p.m 



A.M. 

10 



INWARD HAILS.— Hours of Town Delivery of Letters and Parcels. 



1st. English Day Mail — London, Ireland, places Abroad, Edin- 
burgh, Dundee, and Scotland generally, 

2nd. London Night Mail— England, Ireland, Glasgow, f Letters 
Aberdeen, and the North, ... \ Parcels 

3rd. Aberdeen, the North, Brechin, Montrose, Forfar, Broughty- 
Ferry, Carnoustie, Dundee, England, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Fife- 
shire, and Loudon, 



A.M. 

7 
12 30 
12 30 



P.M. 



6 30 



SUNDAY DELIVERY to Callers — General Mails—From 12.15 till 1.15 p.m. 
OUTWARD HAILS.— Latest Hour for Posting. 



REGISTRATION.— Letters can ba Registered with an 
additional fee of 4d up to the hour of closing- the 
Letter Box. 

FOR 
TOWN DELIVERY, 



Dundee, Edinburgh, and Glasgow, 

Dundee, Edinburgh, and Glasgow, ... \ 

Aberdeen, Montrose, J 

Brechin, 

Glasgow, London, England, Ireland, Abroad, 
Midland and South of Scotland, and Forfar, 

Dundee, Edinburgh, and Fife, V 

Broughty Ferry, and Carnoustie, ... J 

. London Night Mail — England, S of Scotland, 

Ireland, Glasgow, Forfar, Brechin, Friockheim, 

Aberdeen and Montrose, 

Dundee. Edin., Newcastle, and London direct, 

England, Ireland, and Scotland generally, 

London. Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Dundee, ... 

Glasgow, Liverpool, Aberdeen, 

London, Dundee, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, and 
Scotland generally, 

Dundee, 



SUNDAY DESPATCHES FOR 

England. Aberdeen, N., and N-E of Scotland, 
London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and all places, ... 



Letters. 

/ a.m. 
6 45 


With 
extra Jd 
Stamp. 


Lett ers 

registered 

until 


a.m. 


p.m. 
8 


\ p.m. 
1 1215 
1 6 15 

a.m. 

6 45 




p.m. 
12 
6 10 

8 




a.m. 


a.m. 


11 15 




11 5 


p.m. 
1 10 


p.m. 


p.m. 
12 55 


1 30 


1 40 


1 20 


2 25 




2 10 


3 40 

4 

4 30 

5 40 

6 30 

7 40 


3 45 

4 40 

5 45 


3 25 

3 45 

4 15 

5 25 

6 10 

7 25 


8 15 

9 45 


8«25 


8*0 
*July 
7 20 


a.m. 
9 15 

'-30p.m. 


9 25 


1 15 



Parcels. 

p.m. 
8 

p.m. 
12 
6 10 

8 
8 40 

11 5 

p.m. 
12 55 

1 20 

2 10 



3 45 

4 15 

5 10 

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16 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Some Special Lines ! 

Splendid Selection of Pocket 8 Presentation 

Bibles in a Variety of Bindings. 

Hymnaries with Music— Staff and Solfa. 

Scottish Hymnals— Words and Music. 



GIFT & REWARD BOOKS 

Suitable for all Purposes. 



Pocket Books. Autograph Books 

PHOTO FRAMES. 



Fountain and Stylo Pens. 

Gent's Purses and 'Wallets. 

Xabies' Ibanbbags anb Ipurses. 

All the Latest Artistic Designs in 

Serviettes, D'Oyleys, and Sweet Cases. 
-++ 

Any Magazine or Newspaper Supplied and Promptly 
Delivered on Arrival. 



The Bible and Stationery Warehouse, 

10 BROTHOCK BRIDGE. 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



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Letter Post. 
To and from all parts of the United King- 
dom : — Not exceeding 4 oz., Id ; 4 to 6 oz., 
ljd ; and so on at the rate of ^d for 
every additional 2 oz. Dimensions — 24 ins. 
in length, 12 in. in width, and 12 in. 
in depth. No limit in weight. A letter posted 
unpaid is chargeable on delivery with double 
postage, and a letter posted insufficiently 
paid is charged double the deficiency. The 
penny stamp now issued can be used either 
as a postage or receipt stamp. Postage 
to India, British Colonies, and Protector- 
ates, Australian Colonies, and Rhodesia, 
and the United States of America are now 
charged Id per 1 oz. All other parts 2£d per 

1 oz. ; ljd for each additional oz. 

Post Cards. 

Post-cards, available for transmission in 
the United Kingdom only, are sold— Thin 
cards, 12 for 6d ; thick cards, 11 far- 
ed. They can also be had in smaller nume 
bers or singly. Plain cards, with adhesive 
Jd stamp affixed, may also be used. Reply 
cards, 12 for Is. Letter cards, 12 for Is ; 9 for 
9d ; smaller numbers in proportion. Foreign 
post-cards, Id each ; reply, 2d. 
Inland Book Post. 

The Book Post rate is one half-penny for 

2 oz. Packets exceeding 2 oz. in weight are 
sent at letter rate. Every book packet must 
be posted either without a cover or in a cover. 
the contents of which can be easily with- 
drawn for inspection. 

Postage on Registered Newspapers. 
On each Registered Newspaper, the post 
age, when prepaid, is Jd. No packet of 
newspapers must exceed 5 lbs. in weight 
or 2 ft. in length, or 1 ft. in width or depth. 

Redirection. 

Letters, cards,newspapers, books, and samples 
are redirected free of charge if reposted un- 
opened within 24 hours after delivery. Cards, 
newspapers, and books which cannot be 
delivered, and upon which a postage fee of 
one halfpenny only has been prepaid, are 
chargeable with fresh postage when returned 
to the senders. 

Post Office Telegrams. 
The charge for telegrams throughout the 
United Kingdom is (id for 12 words, and ^d 
for every additional word. Addresses are 
charged for. Postage stamps are used for 
payment. 

Post Office Telephones. 

Fivepence for three minutes' conversation 
within a radius of 25 miles ; eightpence for 50 
miles, and so on. 

Money Orders for the United Kingdom. 

Money Orders ara granted in the United 
Kingdom as follows : For sums not exceed- 
ing £1, 2d; £3, 3d ; £10, 4d; £20, 6d ; £30, 
8d ; £40, lOd. Money Orders may be sent 
by Telegraph at same rates plus 2d each 
order. A charge is made at the ordinary 



inland rate for the official telegram of 
advice. Minimum charge, 6d. 

Money Orders Payable Abroad 
are granted in the United Kingdom as follows 
— On sums not exceeding £1, 3d ; £2, 6d ; £6, 
Is ; £10, Is 6d. 

Postal Orders. 

Postal Orders for fixed sums are issued at 

the following rates : — On those for 6d, up to 

2s del Jd ; 3s up to 15s, Id ; 15s 6d to 21s, l£d ; 

6d upwards to 21s, by sixpences. 

Inland Parcel Post. 
On all inland parcels not exceeding 1 lb., 3d 



Not exceed'g 2 lb, 


4d 


Notexce 


3d'g 81b, 8d 


31b, 


5d 




, 91b, 9d 


ii ii 5 lb, 


6d 




, 101b, lOd 


„ 71b, 


7d 


„ 


, 111b, lid 



Registration and Compensation. 

Subject to the conditions as to Registra. 
tion, compensation for loss or damage is 
given in respect of Inland Registered Packets 
of all kinds according to the following : — 
2d, £5 ; 3d, £20 ; and Id each additional £20 
up to £400. 

Post Office Savings Bank. 

No deposit of less than a .shilling is 
received, nor any pence, and not more than 
£50 in one year. No further deposit is 
allowed when the amount standing in de- 
positor's name amounts to £200, inclusive of 
interest. Interest is allowed at the rate of 
2J per cent, (or sixpence in the pound) per 
annum — that is, at the rate of one halfpenny 
per pound per month. Separate accounts 
may be opened in the names of wife and 
children. Any person can now invest at any 
Post Office Savings Bank small sums in 
Government Stock. The amount of Stock 
which can be purchased or sold at one time 
is now reduced to the nominal sum of Is. Not 
more than £200 can be invested in any one 
year, and the total amount paid by any one 
investor must nottexceed £500. 

Government Insurance and Annuities. 

The lives of persons of either sex between 
the ages of 14 and 65 may be insured for not 
less than £5 nor more than £100. The sums 
charged for deferred annuities, or deferred 
monthly allowances, vary with the age and 
sex of the person on whose life it is to depend, 
and with the conditions of the contract. 
Licenses. 

Dogs oi any kind in Great Britain, 7s 6d ; 
dogs of any kind — Ireland, one dog, 2s 6d ; 
every additional dog, 2s. Game licenses 
(UK.), if taken out after 31?t July and be- 
fore 1st Nov., to expire on 31st July follow- 
ing, £3 : after 31st July, expire 31st October, 
£2 : after 31st October, expire 31st July, £2 
Gamekeepers, £2 ; Game Dealer's License, 
£2 : Male Servants, 15s ; Gun License, 10s. 
Motor Licences— Motor Cycle, £1 ; Motor 
Cars — Not exceeding 6£ h p, £2 2s ; 6J h.p. to 
12 h.p., £3 3s ; 12 h.p. to 16 h.p., £4 4s ; 16 
h.p. to 20 h.p., £6 6s ; 26 h.p. to 33 h.p., £8 
8s ; 33 h.p. to 40 h.p., £10 10s ; 48 h.p. to 
60 h.p., £21; »0h.p., £42. 



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ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



SHIPPING. 



When 
Built. 



1871 Matilda sr 
1869 Surprise 



Reg. 
Tons. 



85 
100 



Selby 
Arbroath 



Registered 
Owner. 



Samuel Renny 
Samuel Renny 



Master. 



John Cardno 
D. Anderson 



FISHING BOATS. 



No. AH. Boat's Namt. 
tAb Press Home, - 
" 7 Barbara Beattie, 

8m Family's Pride 

13 Lizzie and Annie 

14 Livelihood, 
15m Breadwinner, - 
16m, Pathfinder, - 
17m White Rose, - 
19m Vanguard 

20 Ruby 

27m Restless Ocean 
30 Try Again 
28 Jeannie 
32 Watchful, 
33m Golden Rule - 
34m Maggie Smith, 
4_36 Heieu Cargill, - 
37 Winifred ■- 
3Sm Agnes and Betsy - 
42 Thistle 
43m Silver Cloud - 
44m The Morning Star 
46m Ebenezer 
47 Provider 
48m Violet, 
49m Trustful, 
51 m Learig 

54 William and Isabel - 
65 Concord - 

56 Mother's Joy, - 

57 Cheerful, - 

58 Catherine Smith 
60m Maggie Ann Bruce, 
62 Roselet 

64 Ocean Queen - 



Owner's Name. 
David Cargill 
David Beattie 
Adam Cargill 
Robert Pert 
James Smith 

George Smith 
Andrew Cargill 
David Swankie 
Alex. Beattie 
Alex. Beattie 
Peter Smith 
Wm. Smith 
Thos. Cargill 
W. Teviotdale 
Geo. Smith 
John Bruce 
David Cargill 
David Smith 
Joseph Shepherd 
Charles Smith 
W. Smith 
Robert Pert 
Alex. Smith 
John Bruce 
George Swan 

Robert Cargill 
James Teviotdale 

Alex. Cargill 
Alex. Beattie 
Alex. Cargill 
D. S. Shepherd 

Charles Smith 

James Beattie 
Isaai' Cargill 
William Smith 



No. AH. Boat's Name. Owner's Name. 

66 Johan - - - William Cargill 
73 Lapwing - - - William Smith 

83 Jemina Nicholas Aitken, Jas. Cargill 



84 Guiding Star 

87 Look and See - 

88 Rose 

90 Helen and Jean 
96 Alarm 
118m Annie - 
119m Pioneer - 
120m Catherine 
125 Guiding Star - 
131 Four Brothers - 
137m Secret - 
141m Aurora - 
153m Isabella - 
158m Maggie Smith, 
166 Billy and Betsy 

176 Fidelity - 

177 Khyber Pass, - 

178 Kincardine Boys, 



Peter Swankie 
Robert Beattie 
Adam Cargill 
John Cargill 
Peter Hood 
David Beattie 
W. Teviotdale 
W»i Swankie 
David Smith 
Robert Pert 
D. S. Shepherd 
Alex. Smith 
Wm. Smith 
Jas. Smith 
Alex. Watt 
Thomas Swankie 
Wm. Cargill 
Robert Young 



190m Elizabeth &Three Sisters David Cargill 
199m Isabel - - - Alex. Cargill 
200 Four Brothers & Sisters Robert Cargill 



202 Pioneer 

203 The Fisher Lassie 
201 Buchaus - 
213?;!. Glad Tidings 
214 Laddies' Am 
216m Caller Ou' 

217 Brothers' Gem - 
223 Mary Ann Smith 



Thos. Smith 
W. Bowman 
John T. Bossier 
Alex. Cargill 
Alex. Cargill 
William Eaton 
Wm. Eaton 
Wm. H. Smith 



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m Comely, - - Wm. Swankie 
m Nellie and Annie James Swankie 



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MARINE LIGHTS— FORFARSHIRE COAST. 

Arbroath.— Lat. 56, 33, 0, N., Long., 2, 35, 0, W. East PUr—1 light, white, fix. Changed to 
red when 10 feet in harbour and entrance safe, white when less than 10 feet. All light3 are 
changed to green when dangerous to enter. West Pier— 1 white light, fix. Reflected light. 
Hell Jiock Signal Tower— 1 red light, fix. Gas. West Side of Harbour— 1 green light, 
fix. Gas. Gong in fog, in answer to vessels' signals. 

Bell Rock.— Lat. 56, 26, 3, N.j Long. 2, 23, 6, W. Near N. end of reef. 1 light, flash every 30 
seconds, in the order of red flash of 2 seconds, eclipsed 28 seconds, then a white flash 
of 2 seconds, eclipsed 2S seconds, visible 15 miles. The base of light-house is 
covered about 10ft. at high water. Fog explosive signal given every 5 minutes. 

Auchmithie — Pierhead— 1 white light, fixed, when boats are out. 



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20 YEAR BOOR ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHNSTON'S EMPORIUM 



ARBROATH. 



THE SPOT FOR PRESENTS 

All Kinds of Household Hardware. 

China and Glass Wares, Fancy Goods. 
Emporium always Crammed Full with 
every Novelty. 

Everything in Cooking Utensils. 

Everything for Baking at Home. 

Baskets in Great Variety. 

Abbey View Ware, Plaques, &c. 

Presentation Goods of Various Kinds. 

The Great Place for Cheap Travelling Bags, Travelling Trunks, 

Ladies' Hand=Bags, Purses, Combs, &e. 



FINEST OLD 



HIGHLAND WHISKY. 



Carefully Selected JMBBsBEk Guaranteed to be 

from the MgJ^^^^Bl Thoroughly 

Best Distilleries. / ^^r^^^sS^^^^^J^ Matured. 

DUNCAN M'LEAN, 

44 KEPTIE STREET, 

ARBROATH. 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



21 



Arbroath during 1914. 



A MEMORABLE YEAR. 



COOKING back over the year 
comparatively few whose 

that has just closed there are 
thoughts will go further than 
the latter part of it, for the shadow 
of a great wair which has hung over 
practically the whole world since the 
last days of July has filled everyone's 
mind and occupied their time iro the 
exclusion of everything else. 

This is not the place to attempt 
evein briefly (to recount the events 
that led up to war, or to take up the 
tale of Britain, France, and Russia's 
patient endeavours to maintain peace ; 
of Germany's perfidy, or of Belgium's 
bravery. Able pens have already done 
and are even now doing 60. Locally, 
however, there is much to recall in 
the way that the town has shared in 
providing men, money, and material 
to aid the Empire's cause. 

The first mutterings of the storm, 
as it affected local interests, were 
heard an the reports that reached town 
from the Territorial camps, where 
the local Battalions were concluding 
their annual summer training. Sig- 
nificant movements were chronicled, 
and the return to town of the Terri- 
torials was awaited with considerable 
interest. On the evening of Satur- 
day, ist August, the local contingent 
of the Forfarshire Battery, R.F.A., 
arrived from Buddon, and a section 
of the 5th Black Watch from Monzie, 
the service men of the latter Battalion 
having been ordered to their 6tation 
at Broughty Castle. These men were 
allowed to proceed to their homes 
but were informed that they must 
report ait their respective headquar- 
ters on the following Tuesday. Mob- 
ilisation had commenced. The news 
of these military movements only be- 
came generally known the following 
day, and that Sunday will be long 
remembered. Naturally, rumours of 
all kinds were rife, and there was a 



feeling of such tense excitement as 
no one living had ever experienced. 
On Sunday evening men of the Royal 
Naval Reserve, and Royal Naval Vol- 
unteer Reserve, recalled to the col- 
ours left by train, and affecting scenes 
were witnessed at the railway station 
amongst their friends of the fishing 
community. The days which followed 
were exciting ones. On Tuesday, 4th 
August, it had become apparent to all 
that war was inevitable, and military 
activity was everywhere apparent. 
On the (forenoon of that day a little 
incident arising out of the strained 
relations between Germany and this 
country occurred at the harbour by 
the appearance of the German 
schooner Behrend, with pit props and 
oil cake for local merchants. The 
vessel was, of course, detained and 
the crew of six put under surveil- 
lance, and they and their boat became 
a centre of much interest to the towns- 
folk. On Wednesday, reservists who 
had been recalled, left to join their 
various regiments, and the local mem- 
bers of Fife & Forfar Yeomanry also 
left for an English station. As the men 
of the 51th Black Watch had practic- 
ally all volunteered for active service 
out with the kingdom those not al- 
ready there were also drafted to 
Broughty, their first military duty in- 
cluding the guarding of the coast 
from Broughty northwards. Mean- 
while the Forfarshire Artillery Bat- 
tary were billeted in the Auction 
Mart, which became a centre of great 
activity. Under Government warrant 
the officers of this corps carried 
through the duties of securing suit- 
able horses from owners in town and 
district with commendable prompti- 
tude. 

Under these exciting and wholly 
unexpected conditions the populace, in 
common with that of every other 
town in the country, quickly settled 













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ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



23 



down to lacing the situation with 
calmness. There arose indeed, some 
little scare over the probable rise in 
price of provisions, and not a few 
helped to bring this rise about by 
buying in abnormal quantities of 
flour, oatmeal, and, especially, sugar, 
which looked like being run up to 
famine figures. As in every detail 
of this war, however, a sagacious 
Government showed itself able to meet 
every possible emergency. The Board 
of Trade took the matter in hand, 
issued a list of provision prices for 
stated periods, and the scare died out 
as. quickly as it came into being. 

Amongst 'the many things affected 
by war may be mentioned the decrease 
in railway travelling, which reacted 
upon the number of holiday makers 
who found their way to Arbroath as 
well as upon the number of those who 
journeyed from Arbroath for change 
and recreation. As the Government 
found it necessary to take over the 
entire railway system of the United 
Kingdom, reduced railway excusion 
fares were entirely suspended. 

RESPONSE IN MEN AND MONEY. 

Once the magnitude of the task to 
which the nation set itself was real- 
ised, efforts in every direction began 
to be put forth to meet the calls upon 
the resources of the country. An 
appeal by Lord Kitchener, Secretary 
for War, for 100,000 men to form a 
new army to serve during the war 
was loyally responded to in Arbroath. 
In fact there must 'be few towns of 
its size that have done better in this 
way. In addition to providing a large 
number of recruits for Lord Kitch- 
ener's Army, Arbroath was largely 
instrumental . in increasing 'the 5th 
Battalion of the Black Watch to full 
War Strength, and also raised a Re- 
serve Battery of the R.F.A. The 
number of men serving in His Ma- 
jesty's Navy and Army, who' belong 
to Arbroath amounts to a total of 
some 800 to' 1000. 

A strong force of Special Con- 
stables was enrolled, and a Citizen's 



Corps, composed of men under and 
over age for enlistment in the regular 
army, was formed to the number of 
500. 

In the providing of money and ma- 
terial to relieve distress and supply 
comforts for soldiers on active service 
the town has also borne its share. 
Following H.R.H. the Prince of 
Wales' appeal to the country for funds 
towards a National Relief Fund, Pro- 
vost Rutherford Thomson convened 
a public meeting to make arrange- 
ments alike for the purpose of receiv- 
ing subscriptions and of relieving dis- 
tress. For these purposes a Com- 
mittee was appointed, and a subscrip- 
tion! list opened, the Town Chamber- 
lain, Mr E'. F, Cobb, being appointed 
treasurer. At a meeting held on the 
same day, the local Red Cross Society 
in conjunction with the local branch 
of Queen Mary's Needlework Guild 
made "arrangements for the making of 
garments for wounded soldiers and 
the provision of comforts for soldiers 
in the field. The response made by 
the public to these and all other ap- 
peals was most ready and generous. 
Up to the end of the year , the money 
subscribed to the National Relief 
Fund amounted to ^3400. By the 
Red Cross and Needlework Guild, 
under the presidentship of Mrs Ruther- 
ford Thomson, with Mr R. S. Black 
as an indefatigable secretary, a large 
and regular supply of knitted goods 
and other comforts have been sent to 
the general receiving offices. 

The Infirmary directors, though 
handicapped by the restricted and 
temporary nature of their accommo- 
dation pending the completion of the 
new and enlarged building, weir j ,able 
to offer the use of thirty beds for 
wounded soldiers should these be re- 
quired. Interest in ambulance work 
received a great stimulus, and under 
the Continuation Class curriculum, 
very large classes were formed both 
in ambulance, and in plain needle- 
work which worked in conjunction 
with Queen Mary's Needlework Guild. 

As the days passed and it became 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



25 



known how terribly the Belgian peo- 
ple were to suffer by 'the German on- 
slaught, the need for making some 
effort to alleviate their distress be- 
came apparent to many. Mr W. Car- 
gill, the Belgian consul for Arbroath, 
having intimated that he would re- 
ceive and forward donations in money 
or kind, subscriptions began to pour 
in for this very deserving fund, and 
many ingenious schemes were 6et on 
foot amongst the juvenile sympath- 
isers to secure money for the dis- 
tressed Belgians. Up to the end of 
the year Mr Cargill had forwarded 
a sum of about ^930. 

This sum included the proceeds of 
a sale of work held in the Public 
Hall on September 23rd, which 
amounted to ^270. An entertaining 
tableaux- vivants concert, arranged by 
Mrs Norman Anderson, which took 
place in the Public Hall in December 
was instrumental in raising ,£129 for 
behoof of the Belgian Orphan Fund. 
A concert was also held on behalf of 
the Prince of Wales Fund, and num- 
erous other gatherings have taken 
place with the object of benefiting 
the local relief funds. Several flag 
days have been held wi'th encouraging 
success, a sum of ,£250 being raised 
: n this way ; and the sale of patriotic 
poems by local writers has been the 
means of materially augmenting the 
lists of the National and Belgian Re- 
lief Funds, and the Red Cross Society. 
A request by the Provost for blankets 
for the troops was heartily responded 
to by willing donors. Later, an ap- 
peal for comforts for the Indian 
troops at the front was issued by 
Mrs Alexander, wife of the ex-Pro- 
vost, and this, also, was most gener- 
ously met. 

Two sales 01 work on behalf of 
Red Cross Society's Funds were held 
— the first in the High School, under 
the auspices of the Needlework 
Classes, realising £125; the second 
arranged by Provost and Mrs Thom- 
son and the Red Cross Society, and 
held in the Public Hall resulting in 
the sum of ^130. The money was 



used for the purchase of material for 
soldiers' comforts. 

WELSH TERRITORIALS AT ARBROATH. 

The duty of guarding the coast at 
Arbroath and district since the middle 
of August was delegated to a contin- 
gent of the 7th Battalion Welsh Cycl- 
ing Corps. During their stay in the 
town, the Welshmen were hospitably 
entertained on several occasions and 
were taken a kindly interest in by 
townsmen. 

A tragic accident befel one of their 
number, Lance-Corporal Hussey, 
whose patrol lay at the Red Head, 
seven miles from Arbroath in October. 
On the advance of colder weather, 
shelter huts were being erected for 
the use of 'the men on duty, and in 
the erection of these, large corrugated 
iron sheets were being used. A strong 
westerly gale was blowing on Mon- 
day, October 9, which threatened to 
blow the iron sheets over 'the preci- 
pitous cliff, 320 feet high at this 
point. In endeavouring to restrain 
them, Lance-Corporal Hussey was 
himself blown over, and met with 
instant death. A most impressive 
military funeral took place the follow- 
ing Fridav, from S. Mary Church 
to the Eastern. Cemetery, at which 
there was a full muster of deceased's 
corps, and of the members of the 5th 
Black Watch stationed at Forfar, and 
the local reserve Battery of the For- 
farshire Artillery. 

'Meanwhile the Territorial regiments 
all over the country were training 
for whatever should be asked of them. 
The honour of being the first Terri- 
torial battalion to take the field in 
France fell to the London Scottish, 
whose fine valour and soldierly bear- 
ing in the trenches and in their now 
historic charges was learned of with 
pride at home. Five Arbroath young 
men were in this battalion at the 
front, and took part in the stirring 
deeds of this crack territorial regi- 
ment. 

ANGUS TERRITORIALS FOR FRANCE. 

On Monday evening, October 26, 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



27 



the community learned with a thrill 
of pride, if also with some suppressed 
misgivings that the 5th Black Watch 
had received their marching orders. 
The largest proportion of this fine 
body of men belong to Arbroath and 
the immediate vicinity and the order 
■to proceed on active service touched 
a large number of Arbroath homes. 
The men themselves were in high 
fettle that they were the first Terri- 
torial Battalion in Scotland to be 
ordered to the front. The Battalion 
left Broughty on Saturday, October 
31, for Southampton, and thence to 
Havre, from which they gradually 
approached the fighting line. They 
had many hardships to encounter, not 
the least of which was the cold snowy 
weather which prevailed in Flanders, 
from the time they arrived there. 
They were full of pluck and cheery 
good spirits, however, and from all 
reports that reached home, were able 
to play their part in the trenches un- 
der the enemy's fire with as fine a 
bearing as the seasoned warrior. 
" The Fifth," if they did no; escape 
the dangers and hairbreadth adven- 
tures of active campaigning, neither 
did they miss the honours of war. 
Almost immediately after their arrival 
on French soil, while on the march 
they were met by Field-Marshal 
Earl Roberts on the occasion of his 
visit to the Indian troops at the front, 
and only two days before his death. 
The veteran soldier closely inspected 
the braw kilted lads, and afterwards 
warmly complimented their colonel 
on their very fine appearance. Shortly 
afterwards the Fifth were visited by 
General Sir John French who briefly 
addressed them, remarking that as a 
body of soldiers they were above the 
average, and washing them well when 
they got into the fighting line. A 
visit was also paid to their billet by 
the Prince of Wales, and the crown- 
ing honour came in their inspection 
by the King during his Majesty's so- 
journ amongst his troops in 'France. 
On the occasion of the King's visit, 
it was no mere formal inspection that 



took place, for his Majesty made 
minute enquiries as to the conditions 
under which the men carried out their 
onerous duties, and especially request- 
ed that he might see them in their 
trench rig-out. Accordingly two 
Arbroathians donned their sheep-skin 
coats and other woollen comforts, and 
paraded before their King.. It was 
a memorable event for those two at 
least. 

ROLL OF HONOUR. 

The Roll of Honour of those be- 
longing to Arbroath who have given 
their lives for their country or who 
have been wounded in battle is a 
long one. Heading the list is the 
name of Lieutenant Josepth F. Web- 
ster, the second son of Sir Francis 
and Lady Webster, of Ashbrook. 
Lieutenant Webster, who was 
studying at Cambridge, at the very 
outbreak of hostilities offered for 
active service, and within a few days 
had obtained a commission in the 3rd 
Black Watch. Along with four fel- 
low-students he was transferred to the 
2nd Gordon Highlanders, a battalion 
which had previously suffered heavy 
losses, in officers particularly. On 
30th October, Lieutenant Webster was 
killed in action, being shot in the head 
by a German sniper. The news of 
the young lieutenant's gallant death, 
was followed by deeply sympathetic 
and appreciative messages from his 
superior officer. Only four days be- 
fore his death Lieutenant Webster's 
men were subjected to a particularly 
galling fire, and it looked as if the 
enemy would succeed in breaking 
through. This would have meant 
the exposure of the whole flank of the 
regiment, and realising the danger, 
Lieut. Webster sprang to the head of 
his men, rallied them to make another 
effort, which successfully repelled the 
enemy's onslaught. For this gallant . 
deed, Lieutenant Webster's name was , 
mentioned by his Colonel in the re- j 
port forwarded, to Staff-Headquarters. ] 
The deepest sympathy of the whole 
community went out to Sir Francis 
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of their family, whose great sorrow 
may be somewhat mitigated if that 
can be, by the knowledge that their 
gallant young soldier had played the 
manly part on the side of justice and 
liberty. 

Other -names to be inscribed on 
this local roll of those whose lives 
have been, laid upon 'the ailtar of duty 
are : — Killed in action. — Private Wil- 
liam Laidlaw, Seaforth Highlanders ; 
Stoker WyXlie, of H.M.S. Hogue; 
Private Joseph Smith, Cameron 
Highlanders, 8 Marketgate; Private 
John G. Smith, ist Black Watch, 41 
St Mary Street; Private Thomas 
Strachan, Black Watch, Culloden 
Road; Private Arthur Walton, Royal 
Scots; Robert Smith, Carmyilie, 
H.M.S. Hawke; John Hay Smart, 
Gordon Highlanders, John Street 
(died of wounds) ; Charles Macdon- 
aid, Black Watch, 3 South Grimsby 
(died from wounds) ; Franklin Gray, 
44 High Street, H.M.S. Monmouth; 
Private T. Strachan, Black Watch, 
St Vigeans Road ; Private David Hut- 
ton, 1st Black Watch, 46^ Marketgate 
(died from pneumonia) ; Private Sam- 
uel Farquhar, Cameron Highlanders, 
ii Millgate Loan; Lance -Corporal 
James Glen, 3rd Black Watch, 33 
Sidney Street; Private Jas. Graham, 
and Black Watch, 14 East Mill Wynd ; 
Corporal W. Rose, K.O.S.B., 18 
Bridge Street. 

One Arbroath member of the 5 th 
Black Watch — George Bell, son of 
Enoch Bell, Rosebank — has also fal- 
len in action. His name will be held 
in remembrance by his comrades who 
with him left home and safety to do 
their bit for their country. The 
latest reports from the front give the 
name of Private Norman Brown, a 
member of the gallant London Scot- 
tish, whose home is at Sandhutton, 
Addison Place, Arbroath, as having 
been killed in action. 

Ere leaving the all-engrossing sub- 
ject of the war, mention may be made 



ol the very impiessive military ser- 
vice held on the West Common on 
Sunday, 19th September, arranged 
by the Town Band, with the assist- 
ance of the Provost, and addressed by 
the Rev. A. J. Campbell, Barry, V.D., 
chaplain to the Tay Defences Mobili- 
t>ation. 

MUNICIPAL MATTERS. 

If the year 19 14 must be written 
down municipally as uneventful, this 
does not imply that the members of 
the Town Council Board have failed 
in any part of their onerous duties, 
and Provost Rutherford Thomson's 
first year of office has closed with a 
record of much good work done to- 
wards making the town which they 
govern a prosperous, healthy and 
happy one. 

Early in the year the resignation of 
Councillor James Kydd caused a vac- 
ancy at the Board, which was filled by 
the appointment of Mr George 
Stewart as interim representative 
First Ward. 

During the summer the Council 
chamber was greatly beautified by 
the entire re -decoration of the walls, 
the cleaning of the lustred chan- 
deliers and 'the installation of electric 
light. 

By the resignation of Mr D. 
M'Neiil, as Chief Constable, which 
took effect in April, the Council had 
the appointment of a successor. The 
position was filled by the selection, 
from amongst a large number of can^ 
didates, of Detective Inspector James 
Macdonald, of the Ayrshire Constab- 
ulary. Chief-Constable Macdonald, 
who came to Arbroath with an excel- 
lent record, has carried out his im- 
portant duties in the Burgh with tact 
and considerateness. 

At the Burgh Licensing Court in 
April, the new Chief-Constable, who 
had invited the attendance of all lic- 
ence-holders in town, made important 
statements regarding the licensing of 
premises, and indicated that Arbroath 
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ing out of this, a strong protest was 
made by Bailie Dundas against the 
continuance of the Victoria Bar lic- 
ence, which came up for transfer on 
the retirall of Mr Crockatt- The pro- 
test was not sustained, however, and 
the licence was continued. One or 
two licences have dropped during the 
year, through premises becoming vac- 
ant, and one public-house licence is 
under consideration. 

In October Mr P. C. Smith, Burgh 
Surveyor, received an important ap- 
pointment as Burgh Engineer of 
Dunfermline. While regretting his 
severance with Arbroath, where his 
work had been of the highest quality, 
the Town Council and Mr Smith's 
many 'friends were very cordial in 
their congratulations on. the recogni- 
tion Which Mr Smith's abilities had 
received. The Council appointed to the 
positions which had been held by Mr 
Smith, Mr Thomas L. Brown, 
Hawick, who for some time previous 
had been chief assistant to Mr Smith. 
Mr Brown has had a most extensive 
training in the various subjects nec- 
essary to the equipment of a modern. 
Burgh Surveyor with its multifarious 
duties, and from his experience un- 
der Mr Smith, was able to carry on 
the work of the department with the 
least possible disturbance. 

By the death of Mr Robert Rust, 
who for a long number of years had 
very efficiently filled the position of 
Cemetery Superintendent and Collec- 
tor, that position had also to be filled. 
The Council appointed Mr James 
Robertson, Letham Grange, as Super- 
intendent. At the same time the 
collection of cemetery dues was re- 
moved' to the office of the Town 
Chamberlain, as being more conveni- 
ent to the public. 

In common with other municipali- 
ties throughout the country, the Town 
Council made arrangements for the 
generous treatment of their employees 
who were recalled to the colours, or 
who might enlist for the war. 

As a result of the election in Nov- 
ember, there was only one change 



in the personnel of the Town Council, 
though there were considerable alter- 
ations on the appointments to posi- 
tions within the Boaird. There was 
a poll in two of the Wards, viz : — 
in the First (High Street and Miti- 
gate) ; and in the Third (Abbey and 
Guthrie Port). As the result of the 
First Ward election', Mr Norman 
M'Bain took the place of Mr W. J. 
Anckorn ; and in the Third Ward 
the two sitting members were return- 
ed with substantial majorities. 

On the Magistrates Bench, Bailie 
A. C. Anderson was made ist Bailie; 
Bailie A. M. Dundas, 2nd Bailie; 
and Dean, of Guild Wilson, 3rd Bailie. 
Councillor Rollo S. Black was made 
Dean of Guild ; and the most import- 
j ant change in convenerships was io 
that of the Gas Committee, to which 
Councillor A. Beatt was appointed. 

ASSESSMENTS. 

Unfortunately for the ratepayer, 
the requirements of the Burgh nec- 

I essitated a considerable advance in 
the assessments. From 4s 10^ last 

1 year — which was an increase of id 
on the assessment of 191 2 — the burgh 
rates were raised to 5s 3§d. This 
must be considered a very heavy 
burden, and it must be the constant 
endeavour of those who guide the 
expenditure of the town to very care- 
fully manage the municipal finances. 

INDUSTRIAL AFFAIRS. 

As a community we have good rea- 
son for gratitude that during a time 
of stress and strain in so many indust- 
rial centres we have so far suffered 
lightly. " It's an ill wind that blows 
nobody good," is a trite saying, and 
the war, which has spelt disaster to 
so many, has brought increased busi- 
ness directly or indirectly to all of 
our important manufacturing firms. 

In our staple industry, taken as a 
whole, business has been well main- 
tained. For the first half of the year 
the demand for the various classes of 
goods manufactured in Arbroath was 
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mills and factories have been fully 
employed. War invariably brings 
increased demand for our textile 
goods and since the outbreak there 
has been no lack of orders. Those 
who hold large stocks of the raw 
material are exceedingly fortunate ; 
for reports in the end of July of the 
new flax crops were not favourable 
and the estimated shortage is now 
given at from 30 to 40 per cent. This 
combined with the fact that all sup- 
plies through the Baltic are shut off 
has had the effect of doubling the 
price of flax. For the present, how- 
ever, business for all classes of manu- 
factured goods is strong, but with a 
continuation of the war for any length- 
ened period the outlook is serious, 
and betokens a lessening of mill and 
factory employment in town which it 
will be well to be ready to meet. 

In our industrial life, engineering 
forms the next important section. At 
Dens Iron Works, Messrs A. Shanks 
& Son, have had a most successful 
run. All their specialties have en- 
joyed a brisk demand, and for the 
later months of the year the orders 
for their special type of marine 
engines have been greater than they 
could cope with. To meet the in- 
creasing demands for production, 
contracts have just been fixed for a 
considerable extension of their engine 
fitting shops. 

At Westburn Foundry the unsettled 
condition of affairs in view of the pro- 
spect of war, brought about a con- 
siderable falling off in trade and short 
time had to be resorted to for some 
weeks. During the later months, 
however, orders are again so plenti- 
ful ithalt the outlook for the immediate 
future at anvrate is reasonably hope- 
ful. 

With regard to the engineering 
works of 'Messrs Keith & Blackman 
it is pleasing to note that the extra- 
ordinary development foreshadowed 
in our last review, has been more 
than realised. In addition to the 
magnificent range of workshops now 



required to accommodate the fitting 
and erecting at Arbroath, the firm 
have, during the year acquired a. 
large area of ground adjoining their 
offices in London, in which they have 
erected additional workshops and 
stores. Just prior to the declaration 
of war, the dislocation of trade led 
to short time being resorted to in the 
iron and brass foundries, but for 
the last few months, such has been 
the demand for urgent delivery of 
many of their specialties by the Ad- 
miralty, War Office, and other firms 
who are increasing their plant, that 
overtime has had to be resorted to. 
The firm's ventilating specialties are 
now being adopted by the 'battleships, 
cruisers, and submarines of His Ma- 
jesty's navy, as well as to all the latest 
types of Mercantile Marine vessels 
and to coal mines at home and 
abroad, and it is noteworthy that 
such is the precision with which the 
parts of the various machines are 
manufactured in Arbroath that they 
can be assembled and put together 
without a hitch in distant parts. An- 
other satifactory aspect from the 
workman's point of view is that the 
varied and widespread demand for 
the ventilating, heating, gas lighting, 
and other plant manufactured by the 
firm have such a widespread demand 
that incidental local depressions are 
not likely seriously to affect it, and 
therefore regularity of employment 
is well assured. 

Our boot and shoe manufacturing; 
firms continue to find their operations 
restricted by the scarcity of leather, 
and the excessively high prices charg- 
ed for material. Notwithstanding 
this however, both at Hill Road 
Factory and Abbey Leather Works, 
the usual, volume of business was 
maintained until the outbreak of the 
war. Since that time orders on behalf 
of our own and the French Govern- 
ments have been pressed upon both 
firms, and the difficulty has been to 
find men and suitable material to 
supply the demands. Overtime has 
been resorted to at both places, and 



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orders are still well ahead of their 
powers of production. 

THE BUILDING TRADES. 

The building trades which have not 
been busy for a number of years can 
only be said to have slightly improved 

during ..the year. This has been 
mainly the result of the erection of 
two extensive jobs in the way of pub- 
lic buildings, viz., the new infirmary 
lie buildings, viz, 'the new Infirmary 
and the Public Baths; the -re- 
construction of the Palace Theatre 
in James Street, and a further 
large extension of the erecting and fin- 
ishing shops, of Messrs Keith & Black- 
man, which now practically cover the 
■entire square from High Street to 

Gravesend, -and from Lordburn to 
.Applegate. In 'the case of the In- 
firmary and Public Baths the struct- 
ural work is now completed, but a 
good paint of the fittings and finish- 
ing has still to be carried out ; the 
Baths Committee are hopeful of being 
able to have the work so forward as 
to permit of their being opened by 
the month of June. The erection of 
the large new workshops for Messrs 
Keith & Blackman at Applegate have 
been completed, and are rapidly being 
filled with special machinery. Recent- 
ly plans were also passed by the Dean 
of Guild Court for an extension at 
Dens Iiron Work for Messrs A. 
Shanks & Sons. Not much has been 
done to shop premises, but the upper 
pant of High Street was improved in 

appearance by .the fine new shop 
fronts put into Messrs Alexander 
Reid and Sons' property — now occu- 
pied by Miss Carrie, confectioner, and 
Mr Samuel Rathjen, ironmonger.. A 
similar improvement was effected, in 
West Pont for Shepherd's Limited. 
Of new dwelling-houses there haye 
been erected. at Rosebery Place, a. cot- 
tage for Mr J. B. Shield, Mother-; 
well; in Salisbury Place, a villa,. has, 

b^en (ereoted : and occupied, by ..Mr 
•James Simpson, Joiner,, and there-isi 
at present in the course of comp'le-; 



tion by Messrs Calder Brothers, buil- 
ders, two cottages in Viewfield, while 
on the north side of Anbirlot Road, 
a villa has been erected for Mr D. R. 
Maedonald, and on the opposite side, 
a villa is in process of erection fo r 
Miss M. R. Calder. There have been 
127 minor warrants issued — -the great- 
er number of which were for improve- 
ment of the sanitary conditions. For 
the coming year, the Prudential As- 
surance Company have arranged to 
erect offices at the corner of High 
Street ; and the Town Council are 
practically committed to the erection 
of two hospitals — one for patients in 
the event of an outbreak of smallpox,' 
and the other for tuberculosis sub- 
jects. 

FISHING OPERATIONS. 

The history of the fishing industry 
during the past year has been a some- 
what chequered one. At the begin- 
ning of the year line fishing was 
prosecuted with a fair measure of 
success, and good prices were got. 
The herring fishing, however, was a 
complete failure — perhaps the worst 
season for several generations. The 
takes were very small and instead of 
two to three thousand barrels of her- 
rings u=ually cured and exported there 
were only about 250. Shortly after 
the local herring fishing finished, war 
broke out and between, the time- 
curtailments imposed by the Admir- 
alty and several severe storms the 
takes were few and small, but there 
was compensation so- far as the fisher- 
folks were concerned by the rise in 
prices which went up till they reached 
an unprecedented figure. From 30s to 
40s per box for haddocks was a com- 
mon range and on one occasion a lot 
was sold at 51s, and the same day 
codlings brought as high as 38s per 
box. 

The character of our fishing fleet 
has been gradually undergoing a 
change through the introduction of 
motive power and the year now clos- 
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nouncedly. At the beginning of the 
season there were 10 motor boats. At 
the present 'time there are 30 — the 
honours being almost equally divided 
between the Kelvin and the Gardner 
engines — -14 are fitted with the for- 
mer and 13 with the latter. What is 
perhaps still more significant that bait 
and line fishing is still not regarded 
as a hopelessly antiquated method of 
securing the "'harvest of the sea" 
may be 'found in the fact that four 
new boats have been added to the 
fleet during the year. These are : — 
"Violet," "Trustful," "Lea Rig," and 
"Nellie and Annie." Another in the 
course of completion for Mr Hugh 
Swankie, which is to be flitted with 
a 22 h.p. Gardner engine. 

THE HARBOUR. 

The trade at the harbour has not 
been brisk, and during the year there 
was. an all-round decrease both on im- 
ports and exports. At the annual 
meeting of the Trustees it was found 
that the income, fortunately, just ex- 
ceeded the expenditure, and it was not 
■necessary to impose any rate-in-aid 

The trustees had some trouble 
over litigation in the Court of Ses- 
sion, the pursuers being the Ar- 
broath Friendly Coal Society, who 
claimed that they were entitled to the 
same composition for the import of 
English coal as was allowed to the 
Gas Corporation for Scotch coal. The 
case was. dismissed by Lord Ormidale 
on the ground that the Harbour Trus- 
tees would be acting ultra vires in 
granting a composition to either. 

LIGHT AND POWER PRODUCTION. 

Under normal conditions the con- 
sumpit of gas and electric power 
forms a safe index of our industrial 
activity. This year, however, the 
ordinary deductions have been inter- 
fered with through the Admiralty or- 
j der that street and shop front light- 
' ing should be reduced to the lowest 
I possible. This hag' affected to a con- 
siderable extent the output at both, 
stations during a period when the de- 
mand for light was greatest, and 



there has been a consequent decrease 
in consumption for the later part of 
the year. 

The annual report of the Gas 
Works Committee for the year ended 
15th May showed that the gas manu- 
factured during the year amounted 
to 126,290,000 cubic feet, being an 
increase of 5,797,900 cubic feet over 
the quantity manufactured the pre- 
vious year. The amount received for 
gas sold was ^14,742 16s 7d, an in- 
crease of ^619 3s 7gd on the sum 
received the previous year. During 
the year an up-to-date system of 
mechanical gas stoking was intro- 
duced and started in August, and on 
■the occasion the convener of the Gas 
Works (Mr W. J. Anckorn) was pre- 
sented from the contractors with a 
handsome piece of silverplate. The 
whole installation cost a little over 
,£16,700. Since the vertical retorts 
were started there has been an in- 
crease in the quantity of gas made 
of 14 per cent, per ton of coal used, 
an increased production of tar of 
about four gallons per ton of coal used 
representing about 9d per ton, and it 
is estimated that there will also be an 
increase on other residual products. 
At the Electric Station the large 
addition made to the generating plaint 
has put the company in the position 
of being able to cope with any de- 
mand. For 'the reasons given above 
there is almost certain to be a falling 
off in the to;al consumpt for the year, 
but it is satisfactory to note that addi- 
tional connections both for power and 
light continue to be made and that the 
energy supplied for 'the first months 
of the year was well ahead of the cor- 
responding period for 191 3. 

PARISH COUNCIL AFFAIRS. 

The events of the Parish Council's 
year have been most notable as re- 
gards the personnel of the Board. 
Its work of administration has been 
carried on with tact and ability under 
the capable chairmanship of ex- 
Bailie Duncan. The death of Mr J. 
H. "Clark necessitated the appoint-" 



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ment of a new member as well as of 
a new convener of the Poor house 
Committee, which office Mr Clark 
had held for a number of years. Mr 
W. A. Craig was elected to the vacant 
place in the Council, and Mr C. Y. 
Myles was appointed convener of the 
Poorhouse Committee. Only a few 
months later the death of Mr Myles 
again made a vacancy in the Council 
and convenership. Mr Thomas E'sp- 
lin was appointed ad interim a mem- 
ber of the Council, and Mr James 
Dewar became convener. In Novem- 
ber the death occurred of Mr Dewar, 
and for the third time within a year 
the convenership of the Poorhouse 
Committee became vacant. Mr Al- 
lan Irons was appointed the new con- 
vener, and the vacant place at the 
Board has not yet been filled. 

At the last meeting for the year 
the Parish Council had read to them 
the reports of the representative from 
the Local Government Board, who 
commended most highly the Parish 
Council's administration of the Poor 
Law, and the management of the 
Poorhouse. 

EDUCATION. 

Educationally the outstanding feat. 
ure of the year was the important 
alteration on the constitution of the 
School Board. Early in the year Mr 
J. B. Frazer suggested that the 
membership should be increased, as 
the si2e of the town entitled them 
to have a larger Board than nine. 
The Department was communicated 
with, and they at once gave their con- 
sent to the number being increased 
to eleven. At the triennial election 
in March fourteen candidates, includ- 
ing all the sitting members, came for- 
ward to contest the eleven seats. All 
the old members were returned, with 
the addition of ex-Provost Alexander 
and Robert Brown; Mr D. Little John 
topping the poll with' 2493 v °tes. 

The new Board at their first meet- 
ing elected ex-Provost Alexander as 
their chairman. The increase of the 
membership of the Board also per- 



mitted of larger working Committees 
to be appointed. The business before 
the Board was mostly of a routine 
nature. Correspondence with the De- 
partment in regard to the accommo- 
dation at Abbey School was continued 
at considerable length and the present 
position is that the Department have 
been informed by the Board that they 
are to' proceed with the carrying out 
of 'the alterations on the school in 
accordance with the plans which the 
Department had approved during the 
forthcoming summer vacation. 

As the result of the long continued 
epidemic of scarlet fever amongst 
school children in 1913 the Govern- 
ment grants, which are based on at- 
tendance, were greatly reduced, with 
the result that the Board had perforce 
to fall back on the rates for money 
to meet the expenditure. The 
rates were consequently increased 
by 22 per ,£1. The follow- 
ing were the grants received : — High 
School, Secondary, £594; High 
School, junior pupils, ^166 13s 4d; 
High School, relief of fees, ^743 9s 
Sd; High School, elementary, £i%j 
os 3d; Keptie .£1304; Abbey, 
£528 14s 2d; Ladyloan, ^363 
13s iod ; Parkhouse, ^492 5s 
iod ; Inverbrothock, ,£608 8s 4d ; and 
Hill School, £281 5s 8d. The grant 
for the continuation classes was also 
considerably less, namely, ,£845 2s 1 id 
as against ^938. 
The enrolment for the continuation 
classes for the present session was 
a record one — namely 1022. The in- 
crease was chiefly due to a rush on 
the ambulance and needlework classes, 
which was one of the many subsidi- 
ary results of the war. 

The resignation of the late Mr John 
Hunter, F.E.I.S., headmastw at In- 
verbrothock School, led to several 
import ant changes in the staffing. 
Mr James Guild of the Abbey School 
wais appointed Mr Hunter's succes- 
sor; Mr W. W. Royal was trans- 
ferred from Parkhouse to Abbey 
School; Mr A. MacGallum from 
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and Mr A. D. Gilbert from Hill to 
Ladyloan School. The vacany in the 
headmaster ship at Hill School was 
filled by the appointment of Mr W. 
O. Brown, first assistant in Inverbro- 
thock School. The outbreak of the 
war also led to numerous changes 
amongst assistants in the staffing of 
the schools. A number of teachers 
volunteered their services for their 
King and country and were accepted. 
The Board agreed 'to pay these teach- 
ers half their salaries during their 
absence on military duties and to keep 
their situations open. These situa- 
tions are at present filled by teachers 
who have been given temporary ap- 
pointments. 

The Board had again before them, 
the question of teachers' salaries. By 
the casting vote of the Chairman, the 
salary of Inverbrothock headmaster- 
ship was fixed at ^250. At the July 
meeting the commencing salaries of 
the heads of Departments in 'the 
High School was fixed at ^200 to 
rise to ^240 by annual increments, 
as from 1st January, 1915, and the 
headmistresses salary was increased 
by ^15. The salaries of junior male 
assistants were fixed to commence at 
^130 to rise to £150 by ^5 instal- 
ments annually, and that the salaries 
of junior mistresses commence at ^90 
to rise to ^130 by annual increments 
of ^5. There was also an all-round 
increase in the scale of assistants' 
salaries in the elementary schools. 
Satisfactory reports by H.M. Inspec- 
tors were received on all the schools 
and for the leaving certificate there 
were 48 higher and 142 lower passes. 

SCHOLASTIC. 

For several yeairs now former 
pupils of the High School have dis- 
tinguished themselves at the univer- 
sities to which they went to finish 
their education. This year has been 
no exception. At Edinburgh Mr 
James L. S. Smith, M.A., had con- 
ferred on him the degree of B.Sc, 
and was appointed lecturer in plant 
physiology ; and on Mr F. Mann and 



Mr James Nicoll Dick, the degree of 
M.A. At St Andrews Mr James A. 
Hood, had conferred on him the de- 
gree of B.Sc, and Mr David Mat- 
thew that of M.B., Ch.B. Miss 
Mary S. Lilley, B.A. (London), re- 
ceived the post graduate degree of 
M.A. and Master's Diploma of Edu- 
cation from the Columbia University, 
New York. The pupils at the school 
who were successful in gaining medals 
were : — English and French, Marie 
E. Turnbull ; Greek and Mathema- 
tics, Alexander Renny ; German, 
Elizabeth Sara Hay ; Science, Jessie 
Ann Herron; and Art, Esther Smith 
Burns. The writing prize was gained 
by Daniel Bracelin, and the needle- 
work prizes by Miss Bertha Jane 
King. 

THE LIBRARY. 

A year's valuable work can be 
chronicled of the Public Library. 
The annual report made in May 
showed a marked advance both in 
the quantity and quality of the books 
read, but the result of the interest 
taken in the news of war, in the 
latter half of the year acted adversely 
on book reading, and there has 
been a considerable decrease. Mir 
Butchart, librarian, after two years' 
capabla administration of the institu- 
tion, resigned the position on his ap- 
pointment as Librarian to the Lind- 
say Institute, Lanark, and Mr James 
Johnston, from the Royal Technical 
College, Glasgow, was appointed his 
successor. 

THE INFIRMARY. 

The erection of the new Infirmary 
has occupied most of the year, and 
during the reconstruction, the institu- 
tion has been comfortably housed in 
Greentoank House, which has filled 
the role of temporary infirmary in a 
most efficient way. A notable benef ac - 
tion, intimated early in the year, was by 
the gift by Mrs Traill of ^"iooo for 
th« endowment of a bed, in memory 
of her husband, the late Dr Traill. A 
question which had caused a good 



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deal of feeling was settled, after con- 
siderable discussion by the amend- 
ment of die constitution in regard 
to the qualification of life-directors, 
to iresbrict die sarnie in future to 
donors of ^ioo and upwards in one 
sum, in place of £,2.0 as formerly. 
The Convalescent House continues to 
fulfil admirably all that is required of 
it. 

ECCLESIASTICAL. 

In the pastoral charges within the 
Burgh, only one change has taken 
place — that of the Rev. John 
M'B'aniel of St Thomas R.C. Church 
who was transferred to Alloa, and 
succeeded by the Rev. John Stuart, 
from Lochee. The vacancy in the 
Baptist Church caused by the resig- 
nation of the Rev. Thomas Hole- 
house has not been filled up and the 
duties of the pastorate are meantime 
being carried on by ad interim pas- 
tors. 

In December, Erskine U.F. Church 
congregation commemorated the cen- 
tenary of its formation by special 
sendees in the Church, and in connec- 
tion with which a special offering of 
^50 was taken for church purposes. 
Arbroath Parish Church during the 
year improved the lighting arrange- 
ments by the introduction of a new 
electrc installation; and by arrange- 
ment with the Town Council the ad- 
vatages of this system were extended 
so 'as to include the illumination of 
the dial of the town clock in the 
stee^'e. 

The interior of Abbey Parish Church 
was re-deoorated and a handsome 
memorial stained-glass window — 
gifted by Mrs Traill in memory of 
her grandfather, Alexander Mann, a 
former Provost of Arbroath, and of 
her husband, Dr Traill — was inserted 
in the opening above the pulpit. 

Amongst other events worthy of 
record in religious work may be men- 
tioned the presentations of certifi- 
cates for long service as Sabbath 
School Superintendents to Mr James 
Nairn, Abbey Parish Church, and to 
Mr Andrew Philip, Inverbrothock 



Parish Church; the celebration of the 
fifth anniversary of the Men'6 Own 
brotherhood movement, when a series 
of enthusiastic meetings were held — 
■the principal speaker being Dr Mini- 
fie, a gifted American speaker. 

The various missionary and phil- 
anthropic agencies have carried on 
their special activities during the year, 
with their accustomed zeal, and the 
annual reports submitted at their re- 
spective annual meetings show that 
during the latter part of the year the 
work had been largely increased in 
connection with War Relief. 

The Y.M.C.A. and the Y.W.C.A. 
also report a successful year's work. 

In the neighbouring parish of Col- 
liston the Rev. A. Murray Scott, 
Aberdeen, has been elected to succeed 
the late Rev. J. P. Berry in the pas- 
torate of the United Free Church. 
Our townsman, the Rev. Harry L. 
Bruce, was translated from Alva to 
the important chai ge of Leigh-on-Sea 
Congregational Church. 

During the year there were several 
sales of work in connection with vari- 
ous churches and organisations. The 
sums realised were : — Ladyloan U.F. 
Church, ;£86; Inverbrothock Parish 
Church, ^56; Inverbrothock U.F. 
Church, £48 15s; Erskine U.F. 
Church, £43. The Town Mission 
annual sale brought out a record' re- 
sult — 'the sum of ^91 being realised. 
The appeal on behalf of the Home 
and Foreign Missions by the Women's 
Presbyterial Association also met 
with a liberal response. 

PRESENTATIONS AND SOCIAL EVENTS. 

During the year a number of testi- 
monials to prominent citizens and 
public officials have been presented 
as a mark of the community's appre- 
ciation. The proposal to suitably 
commemorate Provost Alexander's 
long and honourable services to the 
town was put forward in January, 
and was most enthusiastically taken 
up. It was arranged that a presenta- 
tion portrait should be painted, and 
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ly of Hospital field Art College, was 
given the commission to paint a por- 
trait and replica. The ceremony of 
presentation took place at a large 
public meeting in the Public Hall on 
September 10th, on which occasion 
Mrs Alexander was also presented 
with a handsome silver tea service, 
kettle, oak-mounted tray, and Crown 
Derby tea-set,- the gifts being handed 
over by Provost Rutherford Thomson 
At a complimentary dinner given 
to Mr D. M'Neill, on his retiral from 
the position of Chief Constable, he 
was presented with a valuable silver 
teai service and tray. Mir P. C. Smith, 
Burgh Surveyor, was on the occasion 
of his leaving Arbroath for Dunferm- 
line made the recipient of a hand- 
some inlaid bureau with silver purse 
bag for Mrs Smith, from members of 
•the Town Council, town's officials and 
friends, and with a handsome 
time-piece from the tradesmen in 
town. Other presentations includ- 
ed : — Sergeant- Major Wood, a silver 
tea-service from officers and men of 
-the 5th Black Watch, on his removal 
to London; Mr Ch. Hopkins Ould, a 
.gold watch from members of Choral 
Union, on his departure for Canada. 
Mr David Greig, saddler, the oldest 
shopkeeper in High Street, was pre- 
sented with clock and other gifts, by 
customers and friends on his retiral 
after a business career of 45 years. 
On his appointment as station master 
at Barry, Mr G. C. MTmtyre, book- 
ing clerk at Arbroath, was made the 
recipient of a handsome gold albert 
by his many friends. 

HONOURS AND APPOINTMENTS. 

Amongst the more important hon- 
ours that have been conferred on 
townsmen at home there falls to be 
recorded the promotion to the judical 
bench of Forfarshire of ex-Provost 
Alexander as Honorary Sheriff- 
Substitute, and the addition to 
the list of County Justices of the 
Peace of ex-Provost Alexander, the 
Rev. James Murray, Dr D. Laing, 
and Messrs John Duncan, Norman 
M'Bain, James R. Aitken, James 



Daw, James Hood, James Jack, and 
John Barr, East Seaton. In military 
circles Captain G. F. Bowes Lyon 
was appointed to the adjutancy of 
-the 5th Black Watch, which is now 
doing valiant duty on the continent. 
Several Arbroath Commissioned Offi- 
cers in the Battalion have also re- 
cently been promoted to higher ranks. 
In police work Sergeant William 
Wilson was promoted to the position 
of Inspector, a vacancy having been 
caused in die inspectorships of the 
constabulary by the death of Inspector 
John Suttie. 

Amongst honours to non-resident 
Arbroathians was the appointment of 
Lord Inchcape as chairman of the 
P. & 0. Steamship Company. Sir 
Frederick William Duke, son of the 
late Dr Duke, St Vigeans, and a dis- 
tinguished administrator of Indian 
affairs, was appointed by the Secret- 
ary of State for India, to a position 
on the Council of India. Mr D. S. 
Lowson, Stirling, was entertained 
at a public dinner by his professional 
brethren in recognition of the valu- 
able services he had rendered for 
many years to the cause of education. 

There have also- been a few retirals 
from important positions held by Ar- 
broathians. Mr William Harris, af- 
ter 33 years' service retired from the 
position of principal of the Board of 
Trade District Office and Emigration 
Officer for Glasgow and West of 
Scotland. Mr Tom Stewart, Cal- 
cutta, resigned the deputy super in - 
temdentship of Alipore Jail, which he 
had filled since 1874; Mr David 
M'Nicoll retired from the First Vice- 
Presidency of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway, which he had held since 
1903, though still retaining his posi- 
tion as a director of the Company. 
Locally the Dundee and Arbroath 
Railway Company lost a popular and 
valued servant in the retiral of Mr 
Alexander Ogilvy, who had been in 
itheir service for 48 years,, 37 of which 
he was a guard on passenger trains. 

In Masonic circles Companion W. 
Kinnear, Royal Arch Chapter Hope 



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ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



(No. 9) was presented with the M.E.Z. 
jewel, and Bro. George R. Ogilvy, 
who for about ten years efficiently 
discharged the duties of secretary of 
Lodge St Vigean (No. 101), had his 
faithful services recognised by the 
presentation to him from his brethren 
of a Past Secretary's gold jewel for 
himself and silver tea-service for Mrs 
Ogiivy. In Free Gardenry Bro. A. 
Gibson, St Paul's Lodge, was pre- 
sented with a Past Master's gold 
jewel, and Chief Ranger David Watt 
was presented by Aberbrothock Court 
of Ancient Order Foresters with an 
easy chair. 

OBITUARY. 

Death has claimed many well- 
known personalities in Arbroath dur- 
ing the past year. Amongst Ar- 
broathians a>t home and abroad, there 
were few who did not feel a sense of 
personal loss by the death, after a 
very brief illness of Mr C. Y. Myles, 
merchant tailor. Mr Myles' talents 
as a singer, his fine social gifts, and 
his cheery, charitable nature made 
his presence always welcome in what- 
ever circle he entered. Mr Myles 
passed away at the comparatively 
early age of 58, deeply regretted by 
a very large number of close per- 
sonal friends as well as by the com- 
munity generally. 

A tragic series of deaths was that 
of the Messrs Fairweather, of the 
firm of Samuel Fairweather & Sons, 
boot manufacturers, Abbey Leather 
works. On March 23rd, after a long 
and paimul illness, Mr James Fair- 
weather died at has residence : n 
Broughty Ferry. Within twenty-four 
hours after, his brother, Mr Samuel, 
who had not been in good health 
for some time, died at the family 
home at Hawthornbank. To Mr 
Samuel Fairweather, senior, who had 
been in failing health, the death of 
his two sons was a heavy blow, and 
though able to move about and even 
to give some attention to the claims 
of his very extensive business for some 
•little time thereafter, he never re- 



covered from the shock, and died at 
Hawthornbank on June 30th, in his 
78 th year. 

Mr David Chapel, who was the 
oldest legal practitioner in the Burgh, 
died in the first week of July at the 
age of 86, and another well-known 
number of the legal profession in Ar- 
broath passed away in October in the 
person of Mr A. D. Anderson, Fern- 
lea. Mr Anderson was a former 
Provost of the town, and for some 
years had been an. Honorary Sheriff- 
Substitute. He was also widely 
known in Masonic circles. 

Another widely-known Arbroathian 
who passed from our midst, after a 
long period of ill-health, at the age 
of 65 was Mr John Geddes, photo- 
grapher, who in. his time took a big 
share in the social and artistic 'ife 
of the town. 

As am artist Mr James W. Herald 
was known far beyond the confines 
of his own county, and his death at 
the age of 55 years, brought forth 
numerous and well-merited appreci- 
ations of his genius as a colourist, 
from art lovers all over the country. 
Shortly after his death, the proposal! 
to commemorate this artist by the pur- 
chase for Picture Gallery of one of 
his works, was set on foot, and sev- 
eral handsome subscriptions towards 
the scheme have been made. 

Other worthy Arbroathians who 
have crossed the bourne are : — 

Robert Smith, fisherman (77), a 
hero of the American civil war ; David 
S. Napier, telephone inspector ; Geo. 
B. Salmond (58), David Brown (84), 
Bridge Street, a Crimean veteran ; 
Inspector Suttie (48), Thomas J. 
Guthrie (78), J. H. Clark (63), Robert 
Rust, cemetery superintendent ; Robt. 
Boath (88), Rosebank ; William Brand 
(84), slater; John Hunter, F.E.I.S. 
(58); John W. Aitken (56), R. S. 
Smith (75), corkcutter; Dr Robert 
Sou tar (55), Captain W. Newey, 
Salivation Army (27) ; William Bal- 
four (86), merchant; James Glen (91), 
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41 



Amongst well-known Arbroathda.ns 
who had found a home in other parts, 
and who passed away during the year 
are : — P. Charles Carraghar, Alloa 
(59) j Charles Lewer, Philadelphia 
(56) ; Thomas L. Mason, librarian, 
London (58) ; iMrs Sberet, Glasgow 
(70) ; Mrs Peebles Chaplin, of Colli s- 
ton Castle; Alexander Button, banker, 
Dundee (80) ; William Fletcher, Aber- 
deen (75) ; James O'Kane Murty, In- 
dian Judge. 

POLITICAL. 

Politically the year has been a quiet 
one. The Socialist party in the 
Burighs decided to contest the Burghs 
when opportunity offers, and Mr 
James Max ton, teacher, Barrhead, 
was adopted as their candidate. The 
Unionist party have invited Mr John 
Bossell Henderson, M.A., LL.B., ad- 
vocate, to represent their interests 
when a contest takes place, but the 
demand for a united front in the face 
of our cqmmon enemy has meantime 
called a truce to further action by all 
parties. 

MUSIC AND DRAMA. 

Music and the dramatic art has 
been well supported by local amateurs. 
The Choral Union gave a fine per- 
formance of the sacred cantata, "The 
Woman of Samaria." Several good 
juvenile representations of operettas 
were given; .the Dramatic Society 
gave a clever performance of "A 
Tight Corner" ; and a magnificent 
tableaux-vivants entertainment was 
held on behalf of St Margaret's Par- 



ish Church. The school musical 
festival and singing contest, arrange- 
ed by Mr T. Adamson, L.R.A.M., 
was an .event of outstanding import- 
ance; the winners were, Minnie Ham- 
ilton, Macdonald medallist, and 
Thomas Forbes, Rennv medallist. 
Mr Sydney Baines, " F.R.C.O., 
L.R.A. M., was appointed Choral 
Union conductor in succession to Mr 
Chas. Hopkins Ou'ld ; and Mr Owen 
Jarrell was appointed organist at S. 
Mary's, on the departure for Burton- 
on-Trent of Mr A. W. K. Plant, 
A.R.C.O. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Amongst other events which have 
marked the progress of the year there 
may be noted, — the series of three 
popular lectures in the Public Hall by 
members of the staff of the Scottish 
Museum ; the inspection of the Boys' 
Brigade in June, by Captain G. F. 
Bowes-Lyon of the 5th Black Watch; 
the Territorial Church. Parade, also 
in June, in which six units took part 
in the service in the Parish Church; 
a sand-building competition and Co- 
operative Rally at the Sands; .the 
presentation of Royal Humane Soci- 
ety's Medal to Mr Alan Strachan for 
a gallant act of life-saving at the 
Bathing station. 

Though the year 1914 closes amid 
the din and smoke of battle, we may 
look forward to the coming of better 
days, and with the hope strong that 
the early months of 1915 will see the 
cessation of hostilities we wish our 
readers 



A Happy New Year. 




42 ARBROATH YEAR BOOR. 



General Directory for Arbroath. 

LIST OF PUBLIC OFFICIALS, &c. 

M.P.£?forZ Montrose Burghs.— Robert Vernon Harcourt. 3 Chester Square, S.W. 
Election agent, Mr Norman M'Bain, solicitor, Arbroath. Poll at December 1910 Election 
— R. V. Harcourt. 3878 ; Wit. Low, 2155 — Liberal Majority, 1723. Electorate in December, 
1910— Arbroath, 3339; Montrose, 1799; Forfar, 1693; Brechin. 1352; Bervie, 200. Total 
Electorate in 1910, 8383. jr^J - ® 

M.P. for Forfarshire— James Falconer, 6 Belgrave descent, Edinburgh, and Connaught 
Mansions, 34 Victoria Street, Westminster, London, S.W. Election agent, Mr James Wilkie, 

. solicitor, Kirriemuir ; sub-agent for Arbroath District, Mr James Mackintosh, solicitor. 

r " rT ~ Poll at December 1910 Election— Falconer, 6449 ; Duncan, 4397. Total Electorate, in 
1910, 13,313. 

Hon. Sheriff-Substitutes — W. K. Macdonald, solicitor ; A. R. Duncan, Parkhill ; and William 
Alexander, Salisbury Place. T* '~"^ 

Town-Clerk— W. K. Macdonald, Town House §Town-CIerk Depute— F. F. Macdonald 

Town Chamberlain — Ernest F. Cobb, Exchange Buildings "". *C^3 

Parish Council— Inspector of Poor — Robert Stuart. Office, 22 Hill Street 

Parish Council— Collector— H. G. Seaton. Office, 22 Hill Street 

Police Assessment Collector — Robert Stuart, 22 Hill Street 

Chief Constable — James Macdonald, Police Chambers 

Police Inspectors — Robert Pyper and William Wilson. 

Resident County Police Officer— Sergeant Edward, 43 Jamieson Street 

Postmaster— J. Brydon 

Agents for the Poor — J. C. Dewar and Frederick W. Moon. """*" J .^M 

Income Tax Office — Town House ,,..'-'i/i Customs and Excise Office — Shore 

Inland Revenue Officers — F. A. M'Quillen and John Fyte. Office, West Newgate 

Old Age Pension Officer— F. A. M'Quillen 

Burgh Surveyor — Thomas L. Brown. Office, Gravesend. 

District Road Surveyor— Jas Hunter, Timbergreen 

Burgh Assessor— D. M'Donald, 29 Bank Street, Dundee 

Fire-Master — Rowland C. Farquhar, 4 Hill Place 

Inspector of Weights and Measures^Thomas L. Brown. 

Burgh Sanitary Inspector — Thomas L. Brown. 

County Sanitary Inspector — John Anderson, C.E., Montrose 

Cleansing Inspector — David Burness, Cleansing Department, Almerie Close 

Water Engineer — Thomas L. Brown. 

Water Meter Inspector — Peter Black, 217 High Street. 

Water Inspectors — Walter Gibson, sen., and Walter Gibson, ,jun., 4 John Street. 

Medical Officer for Burgh— Dr Yule, 2 Hill Street 

Medical Inspectors for Schools — Dr W. S. Sinclair, Brechin, and Dr W. Lumsden, Forfar 

Certifying Factory Inspector— Dr Laing, Maule Street 

Parish Council Medical Officers — Dr J. A. Dewar, Dr Gilruth, and Dr Duncan 

Police Surgeon — Dr Gilruth 

Examining Medical Officer (for Recruits) — Dr Duncan 

Joint Epidemic Hospital Medical Officer — Dr J. Duncan, Willoughby House, Helen Street 

Veterinary Surgeon and Dead-Meat Inspector — Alex. S. Wallace, 40 Hill Street 

Harbourmaster and Pilotmaster and Shore Dues Collector — Captain Edward 

Harbour Superintendent of Works — Captain Edward 

Sheriff-Clerk Depute — James Duncan, Sheriff-Court House, Commerce Street 

Gas Manager — Alex. C. Young. Gas Works — Ponderlaw Street 

Registrar — Alexander Smith, 81 High Street. Assistant Registrar — Alex. Ramsay 

Superintendent of Cemeteries — James Robertson, Western Cemetery Lodge. 

School Drill Instructor— Sergt. G. Edward (William Dongall, interim). 

Town Missionary — James Moffat, Bethany Cottage, Howard Street 

Coast Missionary — Geoige Ne-ve, 28 Elliot Street 

Female Lome Missionary — Miss Airth, 9 Elliot Place 

Clerk of Established Presbytery — Rev. A. Mills, Colliston 

Clerk of Arbroath and Forfar United Free Church Presbytery— Rev. John Smith, Friockheim. 

Museum Curator — Abner Joiner, Public Hall Buildings 

Librarian — James Johnston, Free Public Library. 

Sheriff Officer— David Kinnear, 23 Cairnie St. Office— 22 Hill Street. 

School Board Officer— Thos Ross, 15 George Street. Assistant — Alex. Mather, 75 High Street 

Town-Officers— Thomas Alder, 29 Duke Street, and Robert Spink, Sheriff Court-House 

Bar-Officer — Robert Spink. 

Inspector Under Shops Act — Robert Spink. 

Reporter — Arbroath Guide — George Thomson, Hillend Road 
Do. —Arbroath Herald — J. A. Taylor, 34 Helen Street 

Do. — Dundee Advertiser — John Joss, 23 West Port 
Do. — Dundee Courier — Albert Ramsay, 150 High Street 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 43 



LIST OF PUBLIC HALLS. 

Seating Accommodation 

* New Public Hall— Keeper, Abner Joiner, Public Hall Buildings 1000 

* Olympia— Resident Manager, D. C. A. Gillies 1000 

* Skating Palace, and Cinematograph Theatre — Manager, William Murray Maxwell. BOO 

* Palace Theatre — Manager, Arthur Dean, Abbot's House 1,100 
Templar Halls- Hallkeeper, David H. Birse, Hall Buildings 550, 200 
St Paul's Hal; -Caretaker, David Clark, 44 High Street 500 
Panmure Hall, Hill Street— Keeper, Edward F. Baillie, Hall Buildings 400 
Bank Street Hall — Keeper, John Norrie, 50 John Street 300 
Sheriff Court-House — Keeper, Robert Spink 280 
Assembly Hall — Keeper, Abner Joiner, Public Hall Buildings 250 
White Hart Hall— Proprietor, Mr Alexander Smith, White Hart Hotel 250 

■ ■ ' Y.M.C.A. Hall, 75 High Street— Keeper, Alex. Mather, 75 High Street 250 
Y.W.C.A. Hall, 54 High Street— Caretaker. Mrs D. A. Shepherd, 54 High Street 250 

Park Street Hall— Keeper, George Gordon, Park Street 200 

Coast Mission Hall — Caretaker, David Swankie, 11 High Street, 170 

Foresters Hall, Green Street— Geovjre Moore, 9 Lochland Street 120 

Red Lion Hall, Barngreen — Proprietor, Jas. Maclean, Red Lion Bar 60 
Town Mission Hall, West Mill Wynd— Jeannie Mackenzie 

Museum open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. ; Tuesday, 
Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to fi p.m. Caretaker, Abner Joiner. 
* Licensed also for Cinematograph Exhibitions. 

POPULATION OF THE BURGH OF ARBROATH. 

Census in April, 1871, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19,973 

Do. in ,, 18S1, .. .. .. . .. .. .. 21,758 

Do. ir, „ 1891, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 22,997 

Do. in ,, 1901, .. .. .. ... ... ... •-.. 22,509 

Do. in ,, 1911, .. .. ..... .. .. 20,822 

Estimated Population at June U0, 1914, . . 19,100 

VALUATION OF THE PARISH— 1914-1915. 

Lands, &c. Railways. Total. 

Burgh, £93,217 4 10 £2,634 £95,851 4 10 

Landward, 19,627 4 7 2,845 22,472 i 7 

Parish, £112,844 9 5 £5,479 £118,323 9 5 



Increase, £7' r 6 Increase, £198 Total Inc., £275 6 

RATES AND TAXES FOR 1914-1915. 

Burghal. Landward. 

Occupiers. Owners. Occupiers. Owners. 

Police Assessment, 3s 4d l-lfith Is lid 5-16ths Poor Rate, 6d 3-4ths fid l-4th 

Poor Rates, fid 3-4ths fid 1 -4th School Rate, li.l 4d 

School Rates," Is Id l-4th Id 3-Hhs Registration Rate, l-4th l-4th 

ARBROATH HOLIDAYS— 1915 

Spring Holiday— Third Monday of April (27th). Autumn Holiday — Last Monday of Septem- 
ber (27th). St Thomas Market Holidays— Monday and Tuesday following 18th July, if a 
Saturday; if not', Monday and Tuesday following tirst Saturday after the 18th (26th and 
27th). Shopkeepers' Half-Holiday every Wednesday afternoon from 1 o'clock. 

Bank Holidays — 1st January (New Year's Day) ; Spring Holiday, open 9 to 11 a.m. ; April 
10, Good Friday ; May 3 ; St Thomas Holidays, open on Monday 9 to 11a.m., and Tuesday 
9 to 11 a.m. ; August 2; Autumn Holiday, open from 9 to' 11 a.m. ; 25th December 
(Christmas Day) >!., r 



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ARBROATH TOWN COUNCIL, &c. 



TOWN COUNCIL 

Council meets second Monday of each month, except in November, 
when meeting is held first Friday after election. 

Magistrates, &c. — Provost— (jeorge .Rutherford Thomson. Bailies— Archibald C. 
Anderson, Alexander Mann JJundas, and David T. Vv ilson. Dean of Guild— 
Kollo S. Black. 1 reasurer — John Duncan. 

Other councillors — Jait.es Bee Mason, Kollo Stewart Black, James K. Mackenzie, 
William Chapel, Charles Milne, Andrew Beatt, J. B. Frazer, Andrew Philip, 
James Petrie, Alexander Bruce, George Stewart, and .Norman Ai'Bain. 

Officials. — Town ClerK — \V. K. Macdonald. lown Chamberlain — Brnest B. Cobb. 
Burgh Assessor — D. M'Donald, Dundee. Chief Constable — J. Macdonald. Burgh 
Surveyor — Thos. L. Brown. Medical Officer of Health — Arthur D. Yule, M.B., 
CM., B.Sc. (P.H.), 2 Hill St. Water Engineer — T. L. Brown. Sanitary Inspec- 
tor — T. L. Brown. Inspector of Dairies — T. L. Brown. Superintendent of Cleans- 
ing — D. Buiness. Registrar — Alex. Smith, 81 High Street. Assessment Collector 
— R. Stuart, Parish Council Buildings. Superintendent of Cemeteries — J. Robert- 
son, Western Cemetery. Firemaster — R. C. Farquhar, joiner, 4 Hill place. 
Town's Officers — Thomas Alder and R. Spink. Billet Master — Thomas Alder. 
Inspectors of Meal Market — Bailie Anderson, and the Deacon (.William 
Salmond) and Boxmaster (C. Soutar) of the Corporation of Bakers of Arbroath. 
Inspector of Weights and Measures — T. L. Brown. Bessee of Public Steelyard — 
C. B. Martin. 

Committees. — The Provost's Committee — The Provost, Bailie Anderson, Bailie Dun- 
das, Bailie Wilson, Dean of Guild Black, Treasurer Duncan, and Messrs A. 
M. Robertson, and W. Chapel — the Provost, convener. Finance Committee — 
The Whole Council — Treasurer Duncan, convener. Town's Properties and Feus 
Committee — Bailie Wilson, Dean of Guild Black, Treasurer Duncan, and 
Messrs C. Milne, A. Philip, J. R. Mackenzie, J. Petrie, and A. Bruce — Dean 
of Guild Black, convener. Streets and Public Improvements — Bailie Dundas, 
Bailie Wilson, Dean of Guild Black, Treasurer Duncan, and Messrs J. R. 
Mackenzie, Norman M'Bain, A. Beatt, and A. Philip — Bailie Dundas, con- 
vener. Dean of Guild Court — Same as Streets and Improvement — Dean of 
Guild Black, convener. Cleansing and Shambles — Bailie Wilson, Treasurer 
Duncan, and Messrs C. Milne, J. B. Mason, J. R. Mackenzie, J. B. Frazer, 
A. Bruce, and George Stewart — Mr Milne, convener. Water Supply — Bailie 
Anderson, Bailie Dundas, Dean of Guild Black, and Messrs J. R. Mackenzie, 
A. M. Robertson, J. B. Frazer, J. Petrie, and G. Stewart — Mr Mackenzie, 
convener, hatching and Lighting of Streets and Fire Engines — Bailie Ander- 
son, and Messrs W. Chapel, J. B. Mason, N. M'Bain, J. B. Frazer, A. Beatt, 

A. Philip, and G. Stewart — Mr Chapel, convener. Parks and Recreation 
Grounds — Dean of Guild Black, Messrs J. B. Mason, A. M. Robertson, J. R. 
Mackenzie, N. M'Bain, C. Milne, A. Beatt, and J. Petrie — Mr Mason, con- 
vener. Public Health and Drainage — Bailie Anderson, Bailie Wilson, Dean 
of Guild Black, Treasurer Duncan, and Messrs A. M. Robertson, J. B. 
Frazer, Charles Milne, and N. M'Bain — Mr Robertson, convener. Gas Works 
— Bailie Wilson, Treasurer Duncan, Messrs A. Beatt, A. M. Robertson, C. 
Milne, A. Bruce, and N. M'Bain — Mr Beatt, convener. Burial Grounds — Bailie 
Dundas, and Messrs J. B. Frazer, A. M. Robertson, J. L. Mason, W. Chapel, 
and A. Philip, G. Stewart, and J. Petrie — Mr Frazer, convener. Burgh Valu- 
ation — The Magistrates, Dean of Guild, the Treasurer, and Messrs A. M. 
Robertson, and W. Chapel. Weights and Measures — Dean of Guild Black, 
Messrs J. B. Mason, N. M'Bain, J. Petrie, and A. Philip — Dean of Guild 
Black, convener. Executive Committee as the Local Authority under the 
Diseases of Animals Acts — Bailie Dundas, Bailie Wilson, and Messrs A. M. 
Robertson, W. Chapel, A. Philip, and G. Stewart. The Provost is ex-officio 
a member of all the above Committees. Public Library Committee — (See page 
69) 

Bicensing Court. — Provost G. R. Thomson, Bailie Anderson, Bailie Dundas, and 
Bailie Wilson. 

Representatives. — Committee of Management of the Arbroath Burgh and District 
foint Epidemic Hospital — The Provost, Bailie Anderson, Treasurer Duncan, 
and Messrs A. M. Robertson, and C. Milne. Golf Course Committee of Man- 
agement — The Provost, Bailie Dundas, Treasurer Duncan, and W. Chapel. 

Representatives : — Sheriff Court House — Bailies Anderson and Dundas. Dundee 
Prison — Bailie Robertson. Rossie Reformatory — Provost Thomson and Mr J. 

B. Frazer. Harbour Board— Mr A. M. Robertson and Mr J. Petrie. Territorial 
Force Association — Provost Thomson. National Health Insurance Committee — 
Messrs G. Stewart and A. Philip. 



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GAS WORKS. 

Works— Ponderlaw Street. Office Hours— 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. ; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 
1 p.m. Manager — Alex. C. Young, Gas Works House. Collector — A. Christie. 
Auditor — E. Tosh, C.A., Dundee. Treasurer — Ernest F. Cobb, Town Chamberlain. 

ABBEY BURYING GROUND.— Hours as Cemeteries. 
Supt. and Collector — James Robertson, Western Cemetery. Treasurer — E. F. Cobb. 

WESTERN CEMETERY (Eorfar Road).— Open, Week Days, 7 (or Sunrise 

when later) until Sunset. Sundays, 1 p.m. till Sunset. 
Superintendent and Collector — James Robertson, Cemetery Lodge. Office hours — 

9 to io a.m., and 5 to 6 p.m. Dressing dues, payable on 1st November to Town 

Chamberlain. Treasurer — Ernest F. Cobb. 

EASTERN CEMETERY (Office, Brechin Road).— Hours as above. 
Supt. and Collector — James Robertson, Western Cemetery Lodge. Office hours — n a.m. 
to 12 noon. Treasurer — Ernest F. Cobb. 

ARBROATH ABBEY. 
(Under H.M. Board of Works.) Keeper — Alexander Watson, 30 Hamilton Green. 

POLICE OFFICE— Market Place. 

Chief-Constable and Burgh Prosecutor — James Macdonald. 

POLICE COURT. 

Held in Police Chambers. Judges — The Magistrates, ex-Bailie John Duncan, and 
ex-Bailie A. M'Laren Robertson. Clerk — W. K. Macdonald. Deputy Clerk — 
William Robertson, solicitor. 

FIRE BRIGADE. 

The Brigade consists of a Captain, 1 Lieutenant, Engineer, 9 Firemen and 
Turn-Cock. Engine and all appliances kept at Police Buildings. Firemaster 
—Rowland C. Farquhar, 4 Hill PI. For all fire-alarms, Telephone No. 7 or 104. 

AMBULANCE VAN.— Station, Exchange Buildings. 
For use in all cases of accident in Town or District. Keys at the Police Office. 

MUNICIPAL CONSTITUENCY AND REPRESENTATIVES. 

Total constituency — Males, 3436; females, r53i ; total, 4967. 
FIRST WARD (High Street and Mitigate) — Males, 1157; females, 473; total, 1630. 
Representatives — Bailie David T. Wilson, ior High Street; Dean of Guild 
Rollo S. Black, Waverley .Hotel, Keptie Street; Councillor James Russell 
Mackenzie, 143 High Street Councillor Norman M'Bain, ro Rosemount Road; 
Councillor John B. Frazer, 68 Nolt Loan; and Councillor G. Stewart, Rosevilla. 
SECOND WARD (Lochlands and Keptie)— Males, 1076; females, 612; total, 1688. 
Representatives — Provost G. Rutherford Thomson, 16 Hill Place ; Bailie A. M. 
Dundas, 12 Princes Street; Councillor A. Maclaren Robertson, Rosemount; 
Councillor J. L. Mason, Nolt Loan Road; Councillor Charles Milne, Hillcrest; 
and Councillor James Petrie, 30 Addison Place. 

THIRD WARD— (Abbey and Guthrie Port)— Males 1203; females, 446; total, 1649. 
Representatives — Bailie A. C. Anderson, West Seaton ; Treasurer J. Duncan, 7 
Cairnie Street; Councillor William Chapel, Warslap ; Councillor Andrew Beatt, 
40 Elliot Street; Councillor Andrew Philip, Luton Lodge, Keptie Road; and 
Councillor Alexander Bruce, 27 Howard Street. 

Parliamentary Voters — First Ward, 1120; Second Ward, 1038; Third Ward, 1176; 
Total, 3334. 

WARD COMMITTEES. 

FIRST WARD (High Street and Mitigate).— Chairman — James Law. Secretary — 

H. Victor Neill, solicitor. Robert Davidson, William Carnegie, William 
Scott, A. G. Irons, William Black, John S. Boath, James Anderson, Hugh 
Gavin, John Joss, David Shepherd, Alexander Watt, W. H. Thorneycroft, W. 
Nicoll, D. R. Macdonald, D. Littlejohn, J. G. Leslie, and D. Byars. 



50 ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



SECOND WARD (Lochlands and Keptie).— Chairman— James Mathewson Secre- 
tary and Treasurer— Rollo S. Black, 7 Hill Street. Executive— Jas. Butchart, 
David Paton, James M'Leod, David Patterson, D. D. Calder, Charles Ross, 
Robert Guthrie, Alexander Johnston, Geo. M'Gregor, Alexander Mailer, D. R.' 
Calder, Samuel Renny, D. W. Fairweather, James Addison, Thomas M'Ewan", 
James Petrie, Richard Ellis, A. Ferguson, John Dorward, James Edwards, 
J. R. Aitken, John Anderson, Thomas Riley. 

THIRD WARD {Abbey and Guthrie Port)— Chairman— Thomas Esplin. Secretary, 
William Ogilvie, 4 Stu.irt Street. Members of Committee — A. W. Joss, 
Sylvester Brown, William King, William Kvdd, William Craig, John Quinn, 
James Fox, John R. MTean, James M'Millan, J. P. Reid, "James Stalker, 

ARBROATH AND ST VIGEANS PARISH COUNCIL. 
Office, 22 Hill Street. Inspector's Office Hours — 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 6 to 7 p.m. ; 
Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Collector's Office Hours — 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and 
6 to 8 p.m. ; Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Chairman — John Duncan. Inspector 
—Robert Stuart. Collector— Henry G. Seaton. Clerk— W. K. Macdonald. 
Auditor — G. G. Dalgarno. Members of Council — Wm. J. Anckorn, Wm. Cargill, 
William A. Craig, John Duncan, Thomas Esplin, David Fairweather, James 
Fox, Colin Grant, William Haggart, Allan G. Irons, Alexander Joss, James 
Matthewson, Rev. James Murray, H. Victor Neill, John Quinn, Charles Ross, 
James Stalker, A. C. Anderson, Richard S. Armit, John Barr, Rev. Charles 
E. Duff, Thomas Howie, Alexander, D. Lowson, George M. Robertson, and David 
Weighton (one vacancy). Committees — Poorhouse — W. J. Anckorn, W. A. Crai^r. 
J. Duncan, T. Esplin, J. Fox, T. Howie, A. G. Irons, A. Joss, J. Mathewson, 
Charles Ross, J. Stalker (one vacancy) — Mr A. G. Irons, convener. Finance — 
William J. Anckorn, John Barr, J. Duncan, T. Esplin, D .Fairweather, C. 
Grant, W. Haggart, Rev. James Murray, H. V. Neill, J. Quinn, C. Ross, and 
James Stalker — Rev. J. Murray, convener. Relieving — R. S. Armit, William 
Cargill, W. A. Craig, J. Duncan, D. Fairweather, W. Haggart, A. G. Irons, 
A. Joss, Rev. Jas. Murray. John Quinn, and David Weighton (one vacancy) — 
Rev. J. Murray, convener. Chairman's — A. C. Anderson, R. S. Armit, W. 
Cargill, Rev. C. E. Duff, J. Duncan, James Fox, C. Grant, A. D. Lowson, 
Rev. James Murray, H.V. Neill, G. M. Robertson, and A. G. Irons— Mr Duncan, 
convener. Valuation — C. Grant, Rev. James Murray (one vacancy). Parish 
Trusts Representatives — Arbroath— Rev. T. Murray, W. J. Anckorn (one vas* 
ancv). St Vigeans — A. C. Anderson, R. S. Armit, and A. D. Lowson. Repre- 
sentatives to Infirmary Board — W. Carp-ill. Representatives to Parish Coun- 
cils' Association — The Chairman and John Ouinn. 

POORHOITSE. 

Brechin Road. Governor — John R. Hutcheon. Matron — Mrs Hutcheon. Medical 
Attendant — J. A. Dewar, M.D. Chaplain — Rev. James Hume. Visitors are 
admitted to see the inmates on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 2 to 5 p.m. 



Mortifications, &c. 



Arrot's Mortification. — The late Dr James Arrot, Dundee, by his trust-disposition and 
settlement, bequeathed the residue of his Estate to the minister and kirk-session of the parish 
of Arbroath to be applied by them, at their discretion, for the benefit of aged, poor, deserving 
persons resident within their jurisdiction, and not in receipt of parochial relief. There are at 
present 26 persons receiving annuities of £6 per annum. Agents — Webster & Littlejohn, 
Solicitors, Arbroath. 

Arbikie Fund, 1876. — This Fund was created by the late John Mudie, Esq., of Pitmuies, 
who bequeathed the personal estate of his sister, the late Miss Catherine Mudie, of Arbikie, to 
which he had succeeded as her Residuary Legatee, for the purpose of dividing the Free Revenue 
in annuities of £40 each, amongst deserving persons residing in the parish of Arbroath and St 
Vigeans. In case of equal merit, preference to be given to a candidate belonging to St Mary's 
Episcopal Church, Arbroath. The Tfight Hon. Lord Lyell of Kinnordy, the Minister 
of St Mary's Episcopal Church, Arbroath, the Parish Ministers of Arbroath and St Vigeans, and 
the Provost and Town-Clerk of Arbroath, Trustees. J. & W. Macdonald, Agents, Arbroath. 



ARPROATH CHARITIES. 51 



Arbroath Educational Trust. — This Governing Body, constituted under the Educational 
Endowments (Scotland) Act, 1S82, deals -with the educational endowments under the Gibson 
Fund, the Colvill Mortification, Dove's Charity, Rickards Legacy, and the Funds of the Female 
Benevolent Society. Governors: — Reps, of Town Council — Ex-Provost Alexanderand Ex-Provost 
Grant. Representatives of School Board of Arbroath — George Reid and Rev. Geo. Hitchcock. 
Representatives of the School Board of St Vigeans— Rev. Alexander Mills, Colliston, and 
the Right Hon. The Earl of Northesk. Representative of the Minister and Kirk-Session 
of the Parish of Arbroath — The Minister. Representatives of the Gibson Fund Trustees 
— Rev. Edward W. Millar, and Mr A. D. Lowson. Representatives of the Trustees of the late 
John Colvill — Councillor Robertson and Rev. C. E. Duff. Chairman — Rev. Alexander Mills, 
Colliston. Clerk— W. K. Macdonald, Town-Clerk. 

Dr Brown's Bursary. — This Trust was created by the late Alexander Brown, Esq., LL.D., 
for the purpose of establishing a bursary for boys belonging to the town of Arbroath, and 
resident therein atthe time, who may be studying the physical sciences at either the University 
of St Andrews or University College, Dundee, preference being given to St Andrews, the bursary 
to be tenable for a period of not more than three years. Trustees — The Minister of the Parish 
I of Arbroath, the Minister of Inverbrothock United Free Congregation, Arbroath, and the Town 
Clerk of Arbroath, all for the time being. Agents— D. & W. Chapel, solicitors. 

Pbtrib's Trust.— In 1875, Mr William Petrie, manufacturer, bequeathed to Trusses pro- 
perties supposed to amount to about £2000, the rentals of which, at the death of a ,«2e-renter 
and annuitant created by him, to be distributed by them in £10 shares amongst "poor deserving 
women, of respectable character, being in and belonging to, and at the time resident in, the 
parish of St Vigeans, and who have not been in receipt of parochial relief for the preceding five 
years at least." The Three Trustees are— The Minister and KirkTreasurer of St Vigeans, and 
the Provost of Arbroath. George G. Dalgarno, solicitor, clerk. 

Miln's Charity, 1SS0.— The AnnuarRevenue of £200, bequeathed by the late Robert Miln, 
Esq. , of Viewfield, to be applied annually in the purchase of coals and meal for the poor of the 
parish of St Vigeans, within the Parliamentary boundary of the Burgh of Arbroath. Trustees — 
The Minister and Kirk-Session of Inverbrothock Parish Church, Arbroath. Alexander Hood, 
clerk, 38 Elliot Street. 

The Smith Fund, for Destitute Sick, bequeathed by the late Alexander Smith, Esq., of 
Brothock Bank. The recipients must be .esidenters. Trustees — The Parish Minister, Ministc 
of Inverbrothock Parish Church, and the Kirk-Sessions of Arbroath and Inverbrothock. Agent 
— H. V. Neill 

Carmichael's 1738. — Mr Carmichael's Estate, divided every half-year among seven Widows 
whose husbands have been shipmasters. Patrons — The Provost, Bailies, Parish Minister, Kirk 
Treasurer, and Boxmaster of the Seamen's Fraternity. Clerks— J. & W. Macdonald. The 
number of recipients on this fund are 7, who each receive £9 yearly. 

Colvill's 1811. — The Parochial Schoolmaster of Arbroath, and the Parochial Schoolmaster 
of St Vigeans formerly received Thirty Pounds each for the education of five poor children in 
each of their respective schools. The money is now administered by the Arbroath Educational 
Trust. (See above.) The Episcopal Clergyman, Arbroath, receives Ten Pounds. Ten Pounds 
are distributed among the poor by the Kirk-Session of Arbroath, and a like sum by the Kirk 
Session of St Vigeans. The residue is divided among twenty poorhouseholders. The Provost, 
Bailies, Town-Clerk, Dean of Guildry Incorporation, Convener of Trades, Minister and Kirk 
Treasurer of Arbroath, Minister and Kirk-Treasurer of St Vigeans, and Minister of Episcopal 
Church, Arbroath, patrons. J.& W. Macdonald, Arbroath, clerks. The number of recipients 
on this fund are 20, who each receive £1S yearly. 

Mrs Renny Strachan's. — About Fifty Pounds are yearly expended, one half on coals, the 
other half on oatmeal, and distributed at Christmas among the most necessitous poor. Patrons 
— The Provost, Bailies, Town-Clerk, and the Parish Ministers of Arbroath, St Vigeans, and 
Inverbrothock, and the Minister of the Episcopal Church, Arbroath. Clerks— -J. & W. Mac- 
donald. 100 recipients. 

Gibson Christmas Charity, 1868. — Annual revenue of £2000 to be applied, one-half in e 
purchase of groceries, oatmeal, and clothes, and the other half in the purchase of coals yearly, 
and divided at Christinas among the necessitous poor. Patrons, &c. — SameasRenny Strachan 
Fund, with the addition of the second minister of Arbroath. There are 100 recipients, who 
each receive value to the extent oi £1. Clerks— J. & W. Macdonald. 

Forbes Fund, 1864. — This Fun^ is distributed among destitute widows and old unmarried 
females, in sums not less than Eight Pounds, nor more than Ten. The recipients must be 
residenters. Patrons— The Magistrates, Parish Minister, Dean of Guild, and Town-Clerk. 
Clerks— J. & W. Macdonald. There are 21 recipients who receive £8 or £10 each 

Gibson Fund, 1868.— The annual produce of this Fund is applied as follows:— £100 was 
formerly paid annually to the Rector of the High School for the education of eight boys. This is 
now altered under the constitution of the Arbroath Educational Trust. The residue 
to be divided yearly, at Whitsunday, in sums of not less than £20, and not exceeding £25, among 
poor householders. The preference to be given to worthy persons of fallen fortune. Patrons 
—Magistrates, Town-Clerk, Dean of Guildry Incorporation, Convener of Trades, Minister, 
Assistant Minister, and Kirk-Treasurer of Arbroath ; Minister and Kirk-Treasurer of St Vigeans, 
and Minister of Episcopal Church, Arbroath. J. & W. Macdonald, cashiers and agents. 
The number of recipients on this fund is 53, who each receive £20 yearly. 



52 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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ARBROATH CHARITIES. 53 



Gibson Mortification for Sixteen Poor Householders, 1868. — The annual revenue of 
£4000 is divided yearly at Whitsunday, among sixteen poor householders residing in Arbroath. 
Patrons — Same as above. Amount payable to annuitants— £12. Clerks — J. & W Macdonald. 
Duncan Charity, 1869. — The annual revenue of three-eighths of the residue of the trust- 
estate of the late David Duncan, Esq., Green bank, is divided amongst poor, aged, and reduced of 
either sex, being natives or old residenters and not in receipt of parochial relief. Patrons — 
Magistrates and Town Council. W. K. Macdonald, cashier and agent. The annuitants on this 
Fund number at present 29, who each ree ive £10 yearly. 

Mks Jkssik Millar or Reid's — The residue of Mrs Reid's estate is held for division at or 
about Christina* each year of £10 annually amongst such poor and deserving members of the 
fisher class as her trustees select. No recipient at any time, three years prior to payment, to 
have been in receipt of parochial relief. Agent — Norman McBain, solicitor. 

The George Anderson Fund. — This fund was created by the late George 
Anderson of Denfield (formerly of George Anderson & Co., Limited, Engineers, 
Carnoustie), who bequeathed the residue of his estate, estimated to amount to fully 
^20,000, and directed the income to be applied by his trustees in assisting working 
men and women connected with Arbroath, who have worked mere for not less than 
ten years, and who, through no fault of their own, are unable to maintain them- 
selves. The scheme of administration provides that the benefits of the fund shall 
consist of {a) payments at a rate not exceeding in each case 10s per week to 
be made in advance, monthly or otherwise as the trustees shall prescribe, and to 
be alterable or terminable at any time in their discretion ; (£) special grants to 
meet temporary needs arising out of exceptional circumstances. The Trustees are — 
Mr James Campbell, teacher; Dr T. F. Dewar, Dr W. J. Dewar, Mr James 
Shanks, the Rev. George Hitchcock, and Mr Adam Oliver, S.S.C. Agents — Messrs 
Clark & Oliver, S.S.C. 



Ecclesiastical Information. 



ARBROATH PARISH CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. J. Spence Cuthill, B.D. Assistant Minister — Rev. Thos D. Meredith, 
M.A. Session Clerk — F. F. Macdonald, Town House. Treasurer — James Jack. 
Ck"rch Officer — Stewart Dilly, Sidney Street. Ladies' Work Party (Tuesday, 
7 p.m.). Hon. President— Mrs F. F. Macdonald, Cliff House. Presi- 
dent — Miss Cuthill. Secretary— Miss B. Macdonald, 31 Marketgate. Sabbath 
School at 12.30 p.m. Superintendent— Rev. Thos. D. Meredith, M.A. Bible 
Classes — Senior and Junior — Sunday at 5 p.m. District Visitors : Convener — 
R. K. Gould, 2 West Newgate. Membership, 1520. 

ABBEY PARISH CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., p.m. 
Minister — Rev. Andrew Douglas, B.D., Abbey Manse. Clerk of Session — Archibald 
M'Callum, Arbirlot Road. Chairman of Trustees— Rev. Andrew Douglas. Clerk 
of Trustees — James Nairn, 62 Gravesend. Choirmaster and Organist — Alex. 
Dickson, 17 West Mary Street. Sunday School Superintendent, Secretary, and 
Treasurer— James Nairn, 62 Gravesend. Organist— David Scott. Bible Class 
Secretary — David Carver. Organist — William Spankie. Church Officer — Wm. 
Martin, Elm Terrace, Demondale. Membership — 780. 

LADYLOAN PARISH CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., p.m. 
Minister — Rev. John M'William, M.A., B.D., Ladyloan Manse. Moderator and 
Session Clerk— Rev. John M'William. Clerk to the Trustees— James Law, 9 
East Grimsby. Organist and Choirmaster — Arthur Hamilton, 59 Kinnaird St. 
Vice-Superintendent of Sunday School— Thomas Strachan, 7 Guthrie Port; 
Secretary — J. W. Beattie, 9 Cairnie Street; Treasurer — David 
Gerrard, 53 Wallace Street. Church-Officer— William Rose, 18 Bridge Street. 
Junior Guild Bible Classes. — Girls — Miss Maggie Ewing; Boys — Thomas 
Strachan. Minister's Senior Guild Bible Class, Sunday, 7.15 p.m. — 
Secretary — Peter Warren ; Treasurer — David Gerrard. Women's 
Guild.— Hon. President— Miss Bruce; President— Mrs M'William; Vice-Presi- 
dents—Miss Hannah Ewing, Miss Croall, Miss Coull, Mrs Thos. Strachan, 
and Mrs Sim; Secretary— Mrs William Jamieson ; Treasurer— Miss H. Ewing; 
meets on Tuesdays at 7.30 p.m. District Visitors — Convener — Rev. Jolin M'Wil- 
liam; Miss Gerrard, Mrs Will, Mrs R. M'Glashan, jr., Miss Cameron, Miss 
Alexander, Miss Christina Fleming, Miss Mary Mitchell, Miss Lizzie Mitchell, 
Mrs John Craig, Mrs Thos. Strachan, Miss H. Ewing, Miss Coull. 



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ARBROATH CHURCHES. 55 

INVERBROTHOCK PARISH CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 

Minister— Rev. Geo. Hitchcock, M.A., B.D. Session Clerk— Tames Ca mpbell, 36 
Hill Street. Treasurer of Session— Alex. Hood, 38 Elliot street. Treasurer 
and Clerk of Trustees— Rollo S. Black, Incorporated Accountant, 7 Hill Street. 
Organist and Choirmaster— T. Adamson, L.R.A.M., James Street. Church- 
Officer— G. Renny, 8 James Street. Senior Bible Class— Sunday, 7.15 p.m.— 
Junior Bible Class at 5 p.m.— Mr Carlyle, Keptie Road. Sunday 

School— 12.30. Superintendent— Mr Philip, Luton Lodge. Infant School— Miss 
N. Hutchison, 17 Victoria Street. Women's Guild, Wednesday, 7 p.m.— 

He;:. President, Lady Webster; President, Mrs Hitchcock; Secretary, Miss 
Campbell, 36 Hill Street; Treasurer, Miss N. Hutchison, 17 Victoria Street. 
Junior Guild meets every Thursday evening at 7 o'clock— Hon. President, Mrs 
Hitchcock; President, Mrs Carlyle, Keptie Road; Secretary and Treasurer, 
Miss Scott, Millbank. 

ST MARGARET'S PARISH CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m 

Minister— Rev. David F. Liddle, M.A., B.D. Session Clerk— Mr H. V. Neill, 
solicitor, High Street. Clerk to Managers, Church Treasurer, Convener of 
Seat-Letting Committee — Mr Ernest F. Cobb, Town Chamberlain's Office. 
Organist and Choirmaster — C. Ramsay Smart, Hill Place. Church Officer — C. 
Clark, 12 Lochland Street. Sunday School (12.30) — Superintendent, Rev. D. F. 
Liddle; Secretary and Treasurer — Robert Brown, St Roque. Bible Class — 
7.15. Women's Guild — Hon. President, Miss Margaret A. Macdonald ; 

President, Miss Carey, Shore ; Secretary, Miss Jackson, 34 Hillend 
Road; Treasurer, Miss Soutar, Bracklinn. Women's Association for 

Home and Foreign Missions — Hon. Secy, for Presbytery, Miss M. A. Mac- 
donald, Windmill House. Congregational Collectors — Miss Jackson, Mrs 
Mason, and Miss Soutar. 

LADYLOAN U.F. CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. James Cameron. Session-Clerk — A. A. Symon, Lochlands Cottage. 
Congregational Treasurer — Alexander Symon. Clerk of Deacon's Court — A. C. 
Young, Gasworks House. Members' Rollkeeper — Joseph Moffat, 2o Dalhousie 
Place. Adherents' Rollkeeper — John Sutherland, 5 Hayswell Road. Super- 
intendent of Congregational School — A. A. Symon, Lochland Cottage. Cen- 
. tral Fund Treasurer — William Cant, Nolt Load Road. Convener of 
Foreign Mission Committee — Robert Milligan, 4 West Abbey Street. Choir- 
master — George S. Shiel, L.C.M. Membership— 810. Church Officer— D. Fowler, 
■57 Dishland Street. Dorcas Society meets in U.F. Ladyloan Session-Hcuse 
every Wednesday in winter at 6 ; president — Mrs Cameron, Manse ; treasurer 
— Miss Peacock, Albert Street. Convener of Seat-Letting Committee — Duncan 
M'Neill, Aberarder, Nolt Loan. Welfare of Youth Class, Sabbath Mornings at 
10 — Miss Johnston, 28 Victoria Street. Week-night Service every Wednesday 
at 7.30. Women's Guild — President.Mrs Cameron ; vice-presidents, Mrs Hay, ' 
Dalhousie Place, and Mrs Christie, Addison Place ; treasurers, Mrs Reid, 
Royal Bank, and Miss Thomson, Laurel Bank; secretaries, Miss J. Gordon 
and Miss Hanton. Meets in Congregational Hall on Tuesdays at 7.15 p.m. 

United Free Ladyloan Mission Hall, East Grimsby — Children's Service — 4.45 ; 
Superintendents— David Ramsay and R. Milligan, B.W.T.A. Y ' Branch on 
Thursdays at 7. Savings Bank on Fridays at 7. Caretaker— Mrs Law, 49 
Maule Street. 

KNOX'S U.F. CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m.. 6 p.m B " 

Minister— Rev. J. P. Lilley, M.A., D.D. Session Clerk— Dr Lilley. Supt';*f Sab- 
bath School — A. Bryce, Wallace St. ; Secretary — Miss Mary Ash'ford, 9 K*m- 
naird Street. Congregational Treas. — Jas. S. Whyte. Clerk of Deacons' Court — 
Dr Lilley. Treasurer of Sustentation Fund — James S. -Whyte, ; • 0^ganist f -and 
Choirmaster — James L. Thomson, Nolt Loan. Road. Treasurer of Bible Class — 
Annie Hendry. Secretary — John Bryce, 12 Wallace Street. Sabbath Morning 
Fellowship Meeting — Secretary — A. Tarbat. Dorcas Society — Tuesdays at 
7.30 p.m. .Secretary — Miss Mary Wallace. Membership— 2o'&i-' r Church Officer — 
Alfred Carrie, 55 Green Street. 



56 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ALEX. WALLACE & SON 

Wholesale & Retail Glass & China Merchants, 

Have always on hand the Latest Patterns of Glass and China 
Goods in the Market. 

Tea Sets, gpfilisllp^^ Bi S Selection 

Breakfast Sets, feV^UJ-— i 'Fj of Epergnes, 

Dinner and ^ — .- , -<^> Vases, 

Dessert Sets ^^^<^5^^_ ^0f Flower Pots, 

Toilet Ware. -^5~- ^0p* &c. 

Goods Given on Hire, with Cutlery, at Lowest Prices. 



14 PANMURE STREET, ARBROATH. 

Telephone 1y1. Established 1877 

Telephone No. 155. 

J. MITCHELL &. SON, 

Slaters and Cement Workers. 



Jobbing of every Description Carefully Attended to. 

ESTIrlATES GIVEN for all kinds of Slater and Rough 
Casting Work. 

Chimney Heads Repaired and Pointed. 

20 PANMURE STREET, Arbroath. 

HOUSE ADDRESS— 30 WEST KEPTIE STREET. 

THOMAS GIRDWOOD, m.p.s. 

Family and Dispensing Chemist and Druggist, 
12 KEPTIE STREET, ARBROATH. 

Prescriptions Accuratety Dispensed with Purest Drugs. 
Only One Quality — The Best. 

Nursery and Toilet Requisites. Photographic Goods. 

'Phone No. 99 



ARBROATH CHURCHES. 57 

INVERBROTHOCK U.F. CHUCH, Hamilton Green- 
Sunday Services, n a.m. and 6 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. Alex. Rust, M.A., Lochland House, Elliot Place. Session Clerk — D. 
B. King, Balbardie Cottage, Neville Street. Superintendent of Sabbath School — 
W. E. Crichton, Mansefield, Brechin Road. Superintendent of Mission Children's 
Church — David B. King, Balbardie Cottage, Neville Street. Superintendent of 
Mission Sabbath School — David B. King, Neville Street. Congregational 

Treasurer — W. Soutar, British Linen Bank. Central Fund Treasurer — David 
Carnegie, 33 Rossie Street. Clerk of Deacons' Court — David Carnegie, 33 
Rossie Street. Convener of Seat-Letting Committee ■ — William 

Soutar, British Linen Bank. Secretary of Women's Guild — Mrs Crichton, 
Mansefield. Organist and Choirmaster — William Beattie, Schoolhouse, St 

Vigeans. Foreign Mission Fund Treasurer — Alexander Ferguson, 11 West 
Keptie Street. Editor of Missionary Record Cover — William Williamson, 3 
Walker Place. Church Officer — J. Anderson, 23 Hamilton Green. 

EAST U.F. CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. T. S. Anderson, 1 Springfield Terrace. Session Clerk — Rev. T. S. 
Anderson. Superintendent of Sabbath School — James Pirie, 33 Howard Street. 
Congregational Treasurer — John Carrie, 197 High Street. Clerk of Deacons' 
Court — John Carrie, 197 High Street. Treasurer of Sustentation Fund 
— David Shepherd, 50 Marketgate. Membership — 371. Young Men's Guild 
— President — Rev. T. S. Anderson ; Secretary and Treasurer — James Raitt, 
Wallace Street. Women's Guild — Hon. President — Mrs Colin Grant, Woodside; 
President — Mrs T. S. Anderson ; Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Kydd, 11 
Hillend Road. Choirmaster and Organist — Mr George Paterson, Demondale, 
Brechin Road. Church-Officer — Wm. F. Miller, 56 High Street. Superintendent 
of Band of Hope — Watson Baird, 54 Rossie Street. 

HIGH STREET U.F. CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. James Howat, Lochshade. Colleague and Successor — Rev. John A. 
Tweedie, High Street Manse, Albert Street. Session Clerk — John Barr, East 
Seaton. Superintendent of Sabbath School — Rev. J. A. Tweedie. Clerk to 
Managers' Court — N. M'Bain, solicitor, 15 Hill Street. Congregational Treas. — 
D. S. Blair, Ardmore, Keptie Road. Treasurer of Sustentation 
Fund — A. Lundie, 33 Howard Street. Treasurer for Foreign Mis- 
sions — John Jack, 6 Carnegie Street. Organist — Mrs Fox, 4 Gayfield. 
Church-Officer — David Clark, 44 High Street. Women's Guild — Hon. 
President, Mrs Ellis, Rosemount ; Presidents, Mrs Howat, Lochshade, and Mrs 
Tweedie, High Street Manse ; Secretaries, Miss Simpson, Rosemount, and Mrs 
M'Bain, Rosebrae House; Treasurers, Mrs. Wilson, Rotomahana, and Miss 
Simpson, Rosemount. The Congregation carries on Mission Work in St Paul's 
Halls, where a Sabbath Morning Meeting for Children is conducted by J. 
Bannerman, 23 Kinnaird Street, and an Afternoon School is superintended by 
Thomas Howie, Beechwood. 

PRINCES STREET U.F. CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister— Rev. James Murray. Session Clerk — Wm. Dundas, 1 Kinnaird Street. 
Session Treasurer — Robert Rae. Preses — D. W. Fairweather, Craigard. Trea- 
surer — Robert Hume, Addison Place. Clerk to Managers — David Dundas, Roy- 
ston. Organist — Helen Bremner Mill. Supt. of Sabbath School — D. W. Fair- 
weather, Craigard. Secy, of Sabbath School — David Cuthbert, 52£ Millgate 
Loan. Membership, 519. Church-Officer- D. Robertson, 16 Gowan Street. Mission 
Committee— Secy., A. H. Salmond, M.A. Pew Letter— J. G. Leslie, 5 Mill- 
gate. Week-Night Service — Wednesday evening, 7.30. Bible Class meets every 
Sunday after evening service. Service for Deaf Mutes— Sunday Morning, 12.30, 
and Evening, 6 o'clock. Work Party — Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. Mothers' 
Association — Second Monday of month, at 8 o'clock. 

ERSKINE U.F. CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. Thomas Ure Paterson, M.A., 8 Dalhousie Place. Session Clerk 
—J. R. W. Clark. Roll-keeper — Andrew Scott. Preses of Congregation — John 
Ogilvie, bookseller, West Port. Secretary — Adam Smith, 124 High Street. 
Treasurer — Adam Oliver, S.S.C. Mission S e cretary and Treasurer — R. Ram- 
say, 19 Catherine Street. Organist and Choirmaster — William Hunter, jun., 
2 Carnegie Street. Church Officer — A. Reid, 60 Rossie Street. Membership — 
550. Sunday School meets at close of Forenoon Service. Superintendent — 



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JOHN N. SMYTH, Proprietor. 

Tt J. R. GREIG'S. 

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Choice Goods : Newest and Latest on the Market. 



Have a Look and Compare Value — Everything at Rock 

Bottom Prices, Marked in Plain Figures. 

Blouses, Overalls, Aprons, Pinafores, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, 

Corsets, Skirts, Dresses, Jerseys. 

Cashmere Hose, Embroidered Hose, Fingering Hose, 

Top Stockings, Socks, Ties, Scarves. 

UNDERWEAR. 

Chemises, Nightdresses, Knickers, Combinations, Spencers, 
Semmets, Camisoles, Slipbodices. 



J. R. GREIG, 37 COMMERCE ST., ARBROATH. 



ARBROATH CHURCHES. 59 



George Fraser, 4 Hay-swell Road. Minister's Bible Class meets at close of 
Evening Service (October to March). Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Marjorie 
Ogilvie, 21 Glover Street. Women's Working Guild meets on Mondays at 7.30 
p.m.; Mrs Clark, Westbank, president; Mrs A. N. Strachan, Hillend Road, 
vice-president; Miss Smith, 8 Maule Street, secy.; Miss Robertson, Manora 
Bank, treasurer. Arrangements for Seat-letting — A. S. Smith (J- S. Smith & 
Sons), 124 High Street. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. James Hume. Secretary — W. Rennie, 6 Carnegie Streett. Trea- 
surer — John D. Dundas, 4 Hillend Road. Superintendent of Sunday School — 
T. Riley, 30 Elliot Street. Organist aDd Choirmaster — jTnes Baillie, 
2 St Vigeans Road. Superintendent of Band of Hope — George Keith. 
Minister's Bible Class meets at close of Evening Service during winter. Sun- 
day School at close of Morning Service. Ladies' Sewing Class on Monday 
evenings at 7.30. Week-Night Service — Wednesday at 7.30. Church-Officer — 
John Spence, 30 Helen Street. 

UNITED ORIGINAL SECESSION CHURCH— Sunday Services, 
11 a.m. and 2.15 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. W. S. Waters Reid, 3 Albert Street. Session Clerk — 
Andrew Ellis, 72 Rossie Street. Preses of Congregation — John 

Matthew, Maree. Superintendent and Treasurer of Sabbath School 

— John Matthew, Maree. Secretary of Managers — Robert Petrie, 11 

Gravesend. Congregational Treasurer — Alexander Petrie, Rossie Street. 

Leader of Psalmody — John Ritchie, St Mary Street. Church-Officer — Robert 
Lamb, Lindsay Street. Class for the practice of music — Conductor — John 

Ritchie. Young Women's Guild — President, Mrs Waters Reid. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister — (Vacant). Secretary — J. Bannerman, 23 Kinnaird Street. Sunday School 
— 12.30; Superintendent — J. Bannerman; Secretary — Miss N. Strachan, 35 West 
Grimsby. Wednesday Evening Service — 7.30. Church-Officer — G. Wood, 36 
Helen Street. 

ST JOHN'S METHODIST CHURCH, Ponderlaw— Sunday Services, 
11 a.m., 6 p.m. Sunday School, 12.30 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. Lewis A. Brown, St John's Manse, Seaton Road. Circuit Steward 
Ed. Thomson, 24 Dalhousie Place. Society Stewards — Arthur King, 14 Elliot 
Street, and Charles Anderson, 13 George Street. Poor's Stewards — R. David- 
son, 2 Gordon Villas, West Newgate, and D. Milne, Wesley House. Church 
Steward — R. Davidson. Superintendent of Sunday School — Charles Anderson. 
Secretary of Sunday School — Mr J. M. Smith, 37 Howard Street. Minister's 
Class — Monday, 8 p.m. Wesley Guild — Wednesday, 8 p.m. General Secretary 
— Mrs Thomson, 24 Dalhousie Place. Church-officer — David Milne, Wesley 

House. Organist — J. M. Smith, 37 Howard Street. Membership — 170. 

S. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH— Sunday Services, 8 and 11 
a.m., 6 p.m. 
Rector— Rev. Ed. W. Millar, B.A. (Oxon.). Curate— Rev. G. W. Ecnwick. Treasurer 
J. C. Dewar. Lay Elector — Dr J. A. Dewar. Lay Representative — A. R. Duncan, 
Parkhill. Secretary of Home Mission Committee — Miss Ritchie, High Street. 
. Superintendent of Foreign Mission Guild — Mrs Reid, Ladybridge House. 
Secretary of Women's Association for Foreign Missions — Miss H. A. Weir, 
Ladybridge House. Secretary of Clergy Fund — G. R. Thomson, Hill Place. 
Organist and Choirmaster — A. W. Keith Plant. Membership about 1000 ; Com- 
municants about 450. S. Mary's Men's Club — Premises, Park Street ; Member- 
ship about 80 ; Secretary and Treasurer — Mr John Manzie, 39 Rossie Street. 

ST THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH— Sunday Services: 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 

Clergyman — Rev. John Stuart. Congregation — About 400. Mistress of Sunday 

School — Miss Williams. Needlework Guild — Secretary and treasurer, Mrs 

Stuart, Old Shore. During Musketry season Sunday morning service at 10 only. 

Catholic Insurance Society — Secretary, P. C. Carragher, 5 East Abbey Street. 



60 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



47 GUTHRIE PORT, ARBROATH. 



Wines, Spirits, $ Walt £iquors of finest Quality, 

S. D. HUTCHISON, Proprietor 

Royal Exchange Assurance 

Incorporated A.D. 1720. 

For FIRE, SEA, LIFE, ACCIDENTS, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY 

(including Domestic Servants under New Act), BURGLARY, 

PLATE GLASS, MOTOR CARS, LOSS OF PROFITS, FIDELITY 

GUARANTEE, THIRD PARTY. 

The Corporation will act as Executor of Wills, 
Trustee of Wills and Settlements. 

Special Terms Granted to Annuitants when Health is Impaired 



Dundee Branch, - 30 Meadowside. 

J. A. TOMBAZIS, Manager. 

Telephone, No. 2179 (Two Lines.) Telegrams— " Foxhound, Dundee." 



AGENTS IN ARBROATH : 

W. H. Alexander, Solicitor | Rollo S. Black, Accountant 
D. & W. Chapel, Solicitors. 

Angus & M earns Packet of Stationery 

1 o. Best Va,ue in the Market - J d 

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BRODIE & SALMOND, Herald Office, ARBROATH 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 61 

SALVATION ARMY— Citadel, 45 Marketgate.— Sunday Services, 7.30 and 
11 a.m., 3 and 7 p.m. 
Com. Officers— Adjutant E. Taylor and Captain T. Boswell. Secy.— M. Beattie. 
Public Week-night Services 6» Monday, Thursday, and Saturday at 8 p.m. 
Young People's Services— Sunday, 1.30 and 5.15 p.m.; Week Nights— Monday. 
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 6.45 p.m. Financial sheet publisheu 
quarterly. 

ARBROATH ESTABLISHED PRESBYTERY. 

Ministerial Members— James S. Cuthill, B.D., Arbroath; Andrew Douglas, B.D., 
Abbey; G. Hitchcock, B.D., Inverbrothock ; D. F. Liddle, B.D., St Margaret's; 
John M'William, B.D., Ladyloan— Arbroath ; W. W. Scotland, Arbirlot; 
Robert Ingram, B.D., Auchmithie; John Heggie, Barry; J. G. Lyon, B.D., 
Carmyllie; Alex. R. Gibson, Carnoustie; Alex. Mills, M.A., Colliston (clerk); 
P. A. Andrew, Friochheim: W. G. Law, M.A., Guthrie; Andrew Halden, 
Inverkeilor; D. M 'Arthur, M.A., Kinnell ; John Boyle, B.D., Kirkden; Walter 
P. Cox, M.A., Lunan; John Caesar, M.A., Panbride; Charles E. Duff, B.D., 
St Vigeans. 

UNITED FREE CHURCH PRESBYTERY OF ARBROATH AND 

FORFAR. 
Ministerial Members. — Arbroath — East, Thos. S. Anderson; Erskine, T. Ure Pater- 
son, M.A. ; High Street, James Howat, emeritus, John A. Tweedie, colleague 
and successor ; Inverbrothock, Alexander Rust, M.A. ; Knox's, James P. 
Liliey, D.D. ; Ladyloan, James Cameron ; Princes Street, James Murray ; 
Aberlemno — James H. Clark, M.A. ; Arbirlot — Edward T. Vernon, M.A. ; Barry 
— Alexander J. Campbell, M.A. ; Carmyllie — John Keith, M.A. (Aberdeen), and 
John Thomson, M.A., colleague and successor ; Carnoustie — Erskine, John F. 
Dempster ; St Stephen's, James Philip ; Colliston — (vacant) ; Letham — James P. 
Duncan, M.A. ; Forfar — East, R. W. Forbes; South, J. Bruce Gardiner; West, 
(vacant); Friockheim — John Smith, M.A. (clerk); Inverkeilor — J. Adams, B.D.; 
Kinnettles— J. F. M'Hardy; Kirriemuir— North, J. Park Noble; South, Wm. 
Kirkpatrick; First, George Robb, M.A. ; Memus — John M. Craig; Panbride — 
R. S. Maclauchlan. 

Other Public Boards, Societies, &c. 



REGISTRAR'S OFFICE— 8i High Street. 
Registrar — Alexander Smith, 4 Hill Terrace. Assistant — Alexander Ramsay, 12 
Colvill Place. Hours on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday — 11 a.m. to 
3 p.m., and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; on Wednesdays and Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Births must be registered within 21 days ; Marriages, 3 days ; Deaths, 8 days. 
Notice of Marriage to be put on the Board must be seven entire days. 

BURGH STATUTORY LICENSING COURT. 
Burgh Magistrates. Annual Court — Second Tuesday of April at 12 noon. Half- 
Yearly Court — Third Tuesday of October at 12 noon. 

ARBROATH BURGH LICENSING APPEAL COURT. 

Justices of the Peace — Alexander Balfour, Inchock, Inverkeilor; One vacancy; 
George M. Robertson, Millfield ; D. A. M'Corquodale, Carnoustie. Also, from 
Arbroath — Provost Thomson, Bailies Anderson, Dundas, and Wilson. 

COUNTY STATUTORY LICENSING COURT. 
Annual Court — Third Tuesday of April, at 12 noon. Half- Yearly Court— Last 
Tuesday of October, at 12 noon. D. Littlejohn, solicitor, J. P., Clerk Depute 
for Arbroath District. 



62 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Hotel Telephone, No. 25. Hiring Establishment Telephone, No. 125. 

IMPERIAL HOTEL, 

RAILWAY STATION, ARBROATH. 

The Only First-Class Modern Hotel in Arbroath. 

■ » 

Families and Commercial Gentlemen will find this Establishment replete 
with every comfort. Convenient and Comfortable Accommodation. The 
House has been Renovated Throughout. Hot, Cold, and Shower Baths. 
Boots in Attendance at all Trains. ggr Terms Strictly Moderate. 

First-Class Restaurant and Dining Rooms in connection 
with the Hotel. 

Soups and Joints from 12.30 to 3 p.m. 

FAMILIES SUPPLIED. 

Liqueurs, Wines, &c, all of the Finest Quality. 

Posting in all its Branches. 

S. BANKS, Proprietor. 



St Ruth's Art Studio, 

ARBROATH. 

Also at ST NINIAN'S STUDIO, BRECHIN. 

The Portrait taken at A. C. MILNE'S either by Electric Light 

or Daylight has always his Best Attention. 

PHOTOGRAPHY AND PORTRAITURE IN ALL BRANCHES. 

PICTURE FRAMING. 

Enlargements Beautifully Executed. Prices Moderate. 



WILLIAM HIGH, 

SIGN OF THE CLOCK, 

222 HIGH STREET, 





ARBROATH 

Presents in Great Variety. 



ARBROATH PUBLIC BOARDS, &c. 03 



SHERIFF COURT— Commerce Street. 
Held every Wednesday at 11 a.m. Judges — Sheriff James Ferguson, K.C., Sheriff- 
Substitute Taylor. (Arbroath District) Hon. Sheriff-Substitutes — W. K. Macdon- 
ald and William Alexander. Depute Sheriff-Clerk — James Duncan. Bar Officer 
— Robert Spink. 

SHERIFF OFFICER. 

David Kinnear, Parish Council Office, 22 Hill Street. 

AGENTS FOR THE POOR IN CIVIL CASES. 
John C. Dewar, solicitor, Hill Street; and Frederick W. Moon, solicitor, 
Market Place, Arbroath. 

OLD AGE PENSIONS. 

Committee — Members of Town Council. Sub-Committees — First Ward — Bailie 
Wilson (convener), and Councillors R. S. Black, J. R. Mackenzie, Norman 
M'Bain, Geo. Stewart, and J. B. Frazer. Second Ward — Provost Thomson (con- 
vener), Bailie Dundas, Councillors Charles Milne, James L. Mason, A. M'Laren 
Robertson, and James Petrie. Third Ward — Bailie Anderson, Treasurer Duncan 
(convener), and Councillors Wm. Chapel, Andrew Beatt, Andrew Philip, and 
Alex. Bruce. Pension Officers — T. A. M'Quillen and John Fyfe, Customs and 
Excise Office, Shore. 

NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE C( >MMITTEE— Arbroath Burgh. 
Persons appointed by the Town Council — Treasurer John Duncan, Councillor J. B. 
Frazer, Councillor A. Philip, Councillor G. Stewart, Mrs Lindsay Carnegie, 
Miss M. A. Macdonald, Dr A. D. Yule. Persons appointed by the Scottish 
Insurance Commissioners — Mrs Dick, Lochhead ; Lady Webster, Dr W. J. Dewar. 
Persons appointed to represent Insured Persons — Alex. Joss, Post Office contribu- 
tors ; James Butchart, D. D. Calder, Alex. Smith (Hill Terrace), Miss Haldane 
(Joint Epidemic Hospital), Mrs Christie (Warwick Villa), and John Blair (Mill- 
gate Loan) — Grouped Societies' Members; T. Woodside, Miss Jane Gillies 
(Hayshead), Miss Isabella Airth (9 Elliot Place) — Prudential Society for 
Women ; Ed. Hunter and W. C. G. Henderson — Prudential Society for Men ; 
J. D. Fox and Henry Taylor — National Amalgamated Society; J. C. Christie 
(Fergus Square) and John Quinn — Scottish Legal Society ; Charles Phimister — 
General Federation of Trade Unions ; J. R. Aitken — Ancient Order of Foresters. 
Persons appointed by the Doctors— Dr J. D. Gilruth and Dr D. Laing. Chair- 
man — James R. Aitken. Vice-Chairman — Andrew Philip. Secretary — R. S. Black, 
7 Hill Street. 

HARBOUR TRUSTEES 
Chairman ex officio — Provost Thomson. 
County Trustees— Alexander Balfour of Inchock; George M. Robertson, Millfield; 

John Barr, East Seaton ; James Kydd, Scryne. 
From Arbroath Town Council — Councillor Robertson and Councillor Petrie. 
From Forfar Town Council — The Provost ex officio, and Treasurer T. C. Lowson. 
Elected by Parliamentary Voters— Wm. W. Webster, Samuel Renny, William John 

Rollo, John Duncan, Colin Grant, John G. Dorward, David Littlejohn, D. T. 

Wilson, and William Alexander. 
Harbour and Pilot Master and Collector of Shore Dues— Captain A. S. Edward. 

Treasurer— William Chapel. Clerk— W. K. Macdonald. 

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE— Office, 64 Ladybrid^e Street. 
Principal Coast Officer— David Graham. Deputy Receiver of Wreck, Registrar of 
Shipping and Royal Naval Reserve, and Superintendent of Mercantile Marine 
— T. A. M'Quillen. Office Hours — 2-3 p.m. ; Saturdays — n a.m. to noon. 

COAST GUARD. 
Office— 11 Shore, Arbroath. District Captain— H. Hughan. Divisional Officer- 
Lieut. L. D. Way. Arbroath Detachment— Petty Officer (C.G.) A. W. Hogg, 
officer in charge; Fred Peliing, L.D., boatman; Arthur Townshend, L.D., 
boatman. Carnoustie Station— J. J. Blewitt, R.N., Chief Officer. Admiralty 
Surgeon and Agent for District— Dr J. A. Dewar. 



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JAS. KELLY 

(LICENSED BROKER), 

Stag, "Waste, and jYtetal jYterehant, 

4 WEST GRIMSBY, Arbroath. 

(Close to Foot of West Port.) 



Estimates given for every Quantity of Old Material. 

Parties can rely on obtaining Highest Prices in District. 

Old Metal, Lead, Copper, Brass, Ropes, Rags, &c, 

PURCHASED FOR CASH. 

A Post-Card or other Message will ensure Prompt Attention. 



NOTE ONLY ADDRKSS : 



4 West Grimsby, Arbroath. 



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D. COWAN, 19-21 Marketgate, Arbroath 

Is Noted for the Excellence of his OLD WHISKIES 

and RUMS, which are FINELY MATURED 

and PLEASANT TO DRINK. 



Beers and Stouts in Prime Condition 



ARBROATH PUBLIC BOARDS, &c. 05 

ROCKET APPARATUS. 
Kept at House, East Grimsby, in charge of Coastguard. 

ARBROATH BRANCH ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION. 
Lifeboat House — East Grimsby. Patron — Right Hon. the Earl of Northesk. 

President — Provost Rutherford Thomson. Hon. Secy. — Norman M'Bain, solicitor. 

Coxswain — William H. Smith. 

SURF-BOAT—" RESCUE." 

Boathouse — West Harbour Quay. Crew of 8 Oarsmen and a Skipper. President — 
Thomas Swankie; Hon. Secretary — H. V. Neill, solicitor. Acting Secretary — 
Thomas Swankie, 3 South Street. Treasurer — A. i Smith, 29 Union Street. 
Committee — High Swankie, David Shepherd, William Smith, James Cargill, 
Joseph Cargill, and H. Smith 

BELL-ROCK LIGHTHOUSE. 
Built on Inchcape Rock, about 12 miles south-east of Arbroath. There are four 
keepers, three' of whom are always on the rock, and one on shore. 

BELL-ROCK LIGHTHOUSE SIGNAL TOWER, Ladyloan. 
The residence of the light-keepers when on shore. 
Principal — John B. Henderson. Assistant-keepers — David A. Mowat, Donald A. 
M'Donald, Colin M'Cormick. 

ARBROATH WARD, NATIONAL INSURANCE REFEREE BOARD. 

Robert Stewart M'Kechnie, 26 St Mary Street, Arbroath; William Erskine Lawson, 
49 East Abbey Street, Arbroath; Alexander Fairlie Peters, Barry Road, Car- 
noustie, headquarters — Labour Exchange, West Abbey Street, Arbroath. 

SHIP-BROKERS, CONSULS, &c. 

Shipbrokers — Wm. Cargill, 34 Jamieson Street; A. S. Edward, Shore Dues Office; 
Drummond & Co., Ladybridge. Consuls — Germany, Samuel Renny, 

1 Shore; Belgium, Win. Cargill. Lloyd's Agent — William Cargill, 34 Jamie- 
son Street. 

• ARBROATH (BURGH) SCHOOL BOARD 

Chairman — Mr William Alexander; other members — Miss M. A. Macdonald, Rev. 
George Hitchcock, George ReiJ, J. B. Frazer, Arthur King, David Littlejohn, 
David Thornton, jun., James P. Reid, James S. Edwards, and Robert 
Brown. Clerk and Treasurer — William H. Alexander. Officer and Caretaker — 
Thomas Ross, 15 George Street. Assistant Officer — Alexander Mather, 75 High 
Street. Committees — Education — The whole Board, Mr Alexander (convener) ; 
Finance — G. Reid, D. Littlejohn, R. Brown, and J. B. Frazer, J. B. Frazer (con- 
vener; Property — D. Littlejohn, J. B. Frazer, D. Thornton, and J. S. 
Edwards, Mr D. Littlejohn, convener; Officer's — Miss Macdonald, J. B. Frazer, 
J. P. Reid, and G. Reid,, Miss Macdonald, convener ; Religious Instruction — 
Miss Macdonald, Rev. George Hitchcock, and A. King, R. Brown, Rev. G. 
Hitchcock, convener ; Continuation Classes — A. King, D. Thornton, J. P. Reid, 
J. S. Edwards, A. King, convener; Medical Treatment Committee — George Reid, 
J. P. Reid, and J. S. Edwards. The Chairman is ex-officio member of all 
these Committees. School Visitors. — High School, Upper and Elementary — G. 
Reid, J. S. Edwards; Keptie — J. B. Frazer, A. King; Inverbrothock — J. B. 
Frazer, J. S. Edwards; Cookery — R. Brown and Miss Macdonald; Abbey — D. 
Littlejohn, Rev. G. Hitchcock; Parkhouse— Miss Macdonald and A. King; 
Ladyloan— R. Brown, Rev. G. Hitchcock; Hill— G. Reid and D. Thornton. 
Representatives to School Board Association — Miss Macdonald, A. King, D. 
Littlejohn. Representative to Forfarshire Secondary Education Committee — D. 
Thornton. 



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Arbroath Burgh School Board 



w 




ARBROATH HIGH SCHOOL. 



THE School provides a Complete Course of Education 
— Primary, Intermediate, and Secondary. Pupils 
are prepared both for the University and for Commercial 
life. The Class Rooms and Laboratories are provided 
with all Modern Apparatus and Accessories. Needlework, 
Woodwork, Gymnastics, Singing and Dancing are included 
in the Curriculum. 

The School is a Junior Student Centre. 
Bursaries and Scholarships are very numerous. 



All Information may be had from the Rector. 



ARBROATH PUBLIC BOARDS, &c. (37 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

High School. — Rector — D. Drysdale, M.A., B.Sc. Lady Superintendent — Miss Mary 
S. Young, F.E.I.S. English — John Patterson, M.A., G. G. Armstrong, B.A., 
and Miss A. C. Stirling, M.A. History— John Patterson, M.A., and G. G. 
Armstrong, B.A. Geography — John Patterson, M.A., and John D. Kilpatrick, 
M.A. Classics— George S. Robertson, M.A., and Miss A. C. Stirling, M.A. 
Modern Languages — Arthur Craig, M.A., Miss Evelyn I Henderson and Miss 
A. C. Stirling, M.A. Mathematics— William N. Prophet, M.A., and Isaac 
Eban, M.A., B.Sc. Science— Fred W. L'Amie, M.A., B.Sc, and S. C. Har- 
land, B.Sc. Drawing — Alan Inglis, F.S.A. (Scot.). Music — Tom Adamson, 
L.R.A.M. Needlework — Miss May L. Anderson. Woodwork — Ernest F. Alex- 
ander. Physical Exercises — William Dougall and Miss Eleanor W. S. Cram- 
ond. Primary Classes — Miss Mary S. Young, F.E.I.S., Miss Euphemia Tar- 
bat, Miss Jessie Sprott, Miss Lizzie D. Matthews, Bliss Kate P. Smith, M.A.. 
Miss Susan, M. M. Robertson, and Miss Georgina M. Armit. Janitor — George 
Phillip, 21 Ernest Street. 

Keptie. Headmaster — James Campbell. Number on Roll, 923. Average Attendance 
788. c . Grant — .£1304 3s od. School year ended 31st October. Janitor — Alex. 
Janes, 79 Keptie Street. 

Inverbrothock. Headmaster — James Guild, B.A. (Lond.), L.C.P., F.S.A. (Scot.). 
Number on Roll, 599. Average Attendance — 491. School Grant— .£608 8s 4d. 
School year ended 31st December. Janitor — George Leslie, 44^ Cairnie Street. 

Abbey. Headmaster — William W. Royal. Number on Roll — 498. Average At- 
tendance — 460. Grant — ^528 14s 2d. School j'ear ended 31st December. Janitor 
— William Martin, Elm Terrace, Demondale. 

Parkhouse. Headmaster — Archibald M'Callum. Number on Roll — 512. Average 
Attendance — 453. School .year ended 31st October. Janitor — Stewart Dilly, 4 
Stanley Street. 

Ladyloan. Headmaster — A. D. Gilbert, M.A. Number on Roll — 351. Average 
Attendance — 318. Grant — ^363 12s .iod. School year ended 31st December. 

The Hill. Headmaster— W. O. Brown, F.E.I.S. Number on Roll — 279! Average 
Attendance — 244.3. Grant — 281 5s 8d. School year ended 31st October. 

St Thomas R.C. School. Teacher — Miss A. Williams. Number on Roll, 100. Aver- 
age attendance, 92. 

Continuation Classes. Superintendent — D. Drysdale, M.A. , B.Sc. (interim). I. — High 
School. Classes in Engineering, Building Cpnsti uction, Art, .French, Gaelic, Ambulance, 
Sick Nursing, Chemistry, Millinery, Dressmaking, Plain Needlework, Art Needlework, 
Singing, Gymnastics, Wood Carving, Metal Work. II. — Keptie School— Division III. — 
• Headmaster, R. Irvine. Classes in Commercial Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Shorthand, 
English, Typewriting. Division I. — Headmaster, J. L. Thomson. Classes for Elementary 
General Education. III.— Cookery School — Miss Kinloch. Classes in Cookery, Laundry, 
Household Management. 

Junior Student Centre— High School. Master of Method— D. Drysdale, M.A., B.Sc. 

HIGH SCHOOL F.P. LADIES' UNION. 
President — Miss Carey. Vice-President — Miss Chapel. Joint Secretaries — Miss Bathie, 
Craigievar, Keptie Road, and Miss Craig. Joint Treasurers — Miss E. Hen- 
derson, 22 Victoria Street, and Miss M. Soutar, Salisbury Place. Committee — 
Mrs Christie, Miss Corsar, Mrs Fairweather, Miss L. Matthew, Miss Soutar, 
Miss Wilson, Miss Hampton. 

DALE COTTAGE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Brechin Road. 

President — William Alexander, Esq., Salisbury Place. Vice-Presidents — The 
Hon. Frederick John Bruce, of Seaton ; Claud Strachan Carnegie, 
of Tarrie. Hon. Treasurer — Norman M'Bain. Hon. Secretary 
— William Chapel, solicitor, High Street. Hon. Physician — James A. Dewar, M.D. Hon. 
Dental Surgeon — D. M. Small, L.D.S. (England.) Superintendent and Matron — Mr and" 
Mrs W. Stewart. Tescher— Miss Mary Tarbat. Number of scholars — 30. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCOTLAND— Arbroath Branch. 

President — Win. Beattie, Esq., Headmaster, St Vigeans. Treasurer — R. S. Armit, 
F.E.I.S., Ormiston, Viewiield Road. Secretary— W. O. Brown, F.E.I.S., 
Hill Public School. Librarian — Robert Forbes. Annual Meet- 
ing — Third Saturday of May. Convener of Ladies' Committee — Miss Davidson, 
F.E.I.S., Inverbrothock School. Representatives of Arbroath, Montrose, and 
Kincardine Branches in the E.I.S. Council — Geo. Kinnear, F.E.I.S., Drumlithie; 
W. F. Anderson, F.E.I.S., West School, Carmyllie. 



68 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

A. & M. JENKINS, 

CONFECTIONERS. 
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Finest Table Bon-Bons and Dessert Chocolates. 



26 KEPTIE STREET, ARBROATH 

(Nearly Opposite Railway Station). 

In these dull times, everybody lias to practice rigid economy. You can have 
a Tasty Meal without Cooking and at little expense by going to 

Kerr's Potted Meat Store 

270 HIGH STREET (Opposite Abbey.) 



A Specialty in Oatmeal Puddings — 3 Varieties 



All our Meats are Guaranteed our Own Make and 
Absolutely Pure. 

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Where the Very Best WINES, SPIRITS, PORTERS, and 
ALES are kept in Stock always in Prime Condition. 



ARBROATH PUBLIC BOARDS, &c. 69 

FORFARSHIRE RURAL TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 

President — William Paterson, F.E.I.S., Lethnot. Vice-President — Wm. Irvine, 
Guthrie. Secretary and Treasurer — James S. Henderson, F.E.I.S., Tannadice. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMITTEE 

Fr^m the Town Council — Provost Thomson, Treasurer Duncan, Councillors Mason, 
Mackenzie, Milne, Frazer, Philip, Stewart, Petrie, and M'Bain. From the 
Ratepayers — Samuel Renny, James Jack, Rev. James Cameron, Rev. James 
Murray, Alexander Ramsay, James M'Leod, Richard Ellis, George R. Wallace, 
William Alexander, and David Drysdale. Librarian — James Johnston, 
F.L.A. Secretary and Treasurer — W. J. Rollo. Hours — Lending Department, 
ii a.m. till 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. till g p.m. ; Reference Department, n a.m. till 
9 p.m. ; Reading Room, 9 a.m. till 9.30 p.m. On Thursdays the Lending and 
Reference Departments are closed at 2 p.m. 

PICTURE GALLERY— Library Buildings— Open to the Public Free. 
Under the Management of the Library Committee. Open from 11 a.m. till dusk. 
Closed on Thursday at 2 p.m. Curator — James Johnston, F.L.A. 

MUSEUM— New Public Buildings. 

Subscribers Free. Open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. ; 
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission, Id. President 
—Ex-Provost Grant. Treasurer— John Webster, solicitor. Secretary— J. C. 
Dewar, solicitor. Curator — Abner Joiner. 

ALLAN-FRASER ART COLLEGE. KOSPITALFIELD. 

(Founded by the late Patrick Allan-Fraser, H.R.S.A., under the authority of 

whose Trustees the College is conducted!) 

Governor— Peter Munnoch. Agents and Factors— J. & W. Macdonald. Tenure of 
study — four years. For male students intending to make art a profession, but 
who are unable, through insufficient means, to get the necessary training else- 
where. 

ARBROATH SECTION OF ST ANDREWS AMBULANCE CORPS. 
Patronesses — Hon. Mrs F. J. Bruce, Seaton House; Mrs Lindsay Carnegie of 
Anniston ; Mrs Colin Grant, of Woodside. President — Samuel Renny, Jock's 
Lodge. Vice-Presidents — Ex-Provost Alexander, ex-Bailie Robertson, ex-Bailie 
M'Wattie, Provost G. R. Thomson, Chief Constable Macdonald, G. R. Wallace, 
Robert Smith, D. M. Baxter, Alex. Lamond. Hon. Surgeon and Lecturer — 
David Laing, M.D. Commandant — James Scott. Assistant Commandant — 
Alexander Hendry. Sergeant — Harry Black. 1st Corpl. — W. O. Brown; 2nd 
Corpl. — David Macdonald. Secretary — James B. Edmonds, 60 Howard Street. 
Treasurer — James Smith. Committee — James Scott, J. B. Edmonds, James 
Smith, John Clark, Alexander Hendry, H. Black, David Aitken, Evan M'Leod. 
Auditors — G. Paterson, and G. M. Farquhar. 

ARBROATH LITERARY CLUB. 

President — J. C. Christie. Vice-Presidents — G. S. Robeitson (ex-officio), David 
Drysdale and James Tough. Hon. Secretary — J. C. Dewar. Hon. Treasurer — 
W. E. Crichton. Representative Members of Committee — W. J. Rollo and 
A. D. Yule. 

ARBROATH BURNS CLUB. 
Hon. President — Viscount Morley. Hon. Vice-Presidents — Lord Pentland, the Hon. 
Charles Maule Ramsay, Colonel Ouchterlony of the Guynd, W. K. Macdonald, 
Sir Francis Webster of Ashbrook, ex-Provost Grant of Woodside, Provost 
Rutherford Thomson. President— Dr J. D. Gilruth. Vice-President— J. R. W. 
Clark.. Secy. — Ernest F. Cobb, town chamberlain. Treas. — F. W. Moon, solicitor. 
Committee — Provost Rutherford Thomson, A. Beatt, Norman M'Bain, J. Hood, 
James Campbell, William Beattie, J. Booth, and A. B. Winton. Mem- 
bership — 130. ' Annual Meeting end of January. 



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LESSLIE'S 



DEHTM 




R0001S, 



Corner of Marketgate and Brothock Bridge, 

ARBROATH. 



Special for Eating and Speaking, and for Natural Appearance 
Cannot be Surpassed. 

OLD SETS Re-made and Repaired on the Shortest Notice. 

Teeth Painlessly Extracted, Stopped, and Cleaned. 

Country Patients Supplied Same Day. 

LESSLIE'S ARTIFICIAL TEETH ARE THE BEST 




(Next Railway Line.) 

Breakfasts, Dinners 

Teas, and Suppers 

at most Moderate 

Charges. 

Commodious Hall and 
Rooms for Social and 

Wedding- Parties, 
Club & Society Meetings 

Presentations, &c. 

Soirees & Picnics 

Purveyed for. 

Ladies' Room 

And all other suitable 
Accommodation. 



MILLGATE, ARBROATH. 

Misses MOLLISON, Proprietrix. 



ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 71 



COMUNN GAIDHLIG— Instituted 191 1. 
President— Archibald MacCallum. Vice-Presidents — Andrew Ellis and C. R. S. 
Malcolm. Hon. Secretary — James C. Hay, 66 St Vigeans Road. Hon. 
Treasurer — William Malcolm, 1 Church Street. Committee — Misses Alice Airth. 
Margaret M. Lindsay, Christina MacKay, Jean Malcolm, and George Kerr, 
John R. S_prunt, Colin MacCormick, and Murdoch J. MacKaj-. Pipers — 
James C Haj', and Colin MacCormick. Object — Cultivation and preservation 
of Gaelic language and music. Choir Conductor — Carleton R. S. Malcolm. 

THE NEW CLUB— Guildry Buildings, Arbroath. 
Chairman — R. H. Corstorphine. Committee of Management — A. C. Anderson, C. D. 
Miln, R. H. Corstorphine, John Webster, A. R. Gibb, and Dr A. D. Yule. Club 
Ste.vard — Norman Anderson. Secretary — D. Littlejohn, solicitor. 

ARBROATH SCIENTIFIC & NATURAL HISTORY ASSOCIATION. 

Hon. President — Dr Jas. A. Dewar. President — Jas. S. Nicoll. Vice-Presidents — 
Mrs R. H. Corstorphine, Miss E. Henderson. Secy, and Treas. — W. W. Royal, 12 
Addison Place. Councillors — Alex. P. Lowson, Miss Gordon, Miss E. Hender- 
son, Mrs R. H. Corstorphine. Annual Meeting — Third Thursday in November. 

METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND— Arbroath Branch 

Observers — James Campbell, 36 Hill Street; A. P. Lowson, 53 Keptie Street; 
Miss A. "Laing, 4 Colvill Place; W. W. Royal, 12 Addison 
Place. Annual Meeting — Third Thursday in January. 

CHORAL UNION. 

President — Ex-Provost Grant. Vice-President — Provost Rutherford Thomson. Secy. — 
David Dundas, Roystcn. Treasurer — R. M'Glashan. Librarian — Geo. Paterson. 
Committee — G. Thomson, D. Drury, A. Beatt, John Joss, William Hunter, 
W ; H. Thorneycroft, Alex. Symon, T. Boyd. Auditor — J. Joss, Annual meeting, 
third week in September. 

ARBROATH LADIES CHOIR. 
Hon. President — Lady Northesk. President — Hon. Mrs Bruce. Conductor — Miss 
H. B. Mill. Treasurer— Mrs Oliver. Secretary— H. S. Tyrie, 1 Alexandra 
Place. 

ARBROATH PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY— Instituted 1888. 
President — Hon. F. J. Bruce. Vice-President — Sir Francis Webster, Ashbrook. Secre- 
tary— J. C. Dewar. Treasurer— R. M. C. Mackintosh. Librarian— Ed. Thom- 
son, jun. Conductor — T. W. Parsons. 

ARBROATH CAGE BIRD SOCIETY— Instituted 1905. 

Hon. Presidents— The Right Hon. the Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne (Lord 
Lieutenant of the County), Robert V. Harcourt, M.P., Dr W. J. Dewar, and 
J. B. Frazer. Hon. Vice- .^residents— Mrs Traill, Mrs Small, Miss E. R. Web- 
ster, and Colin Grant, W. Alexander, and James M'Wattie. President — W. 
Muir. Vice-President — D. Jamieson. Secretary and Treasurer — J. Gray, ?' 
Guthrie Port. Committee — J. Heenan, J. Wilson, H. Duncan, D. Forsyth, J. 
Bonnyman, W. Colville, and W. F. Myles. Membership — 34. Annual Show in 
November. 

ARBROATH CANINE SOCIETY. 

President — William H. Thorneycroft. Vice-President — R. K. Gould. Joint Secre- 
taries — George E. Smith and John Lamb, 78 High Street. Committee — William 
Hovell, J. Lowden, T. L. Brown, A. Scott, S. Mill, A. Key, G. K. Black, N 
Grant, D. Y. Walker, J. Hovell, G. Crowe, D. R. M'Donald. 

ARBROATH DRAMATIC SOCIETY. 
Patron — Martin Harvey, Esq. Hon. Presidents — Dr Gilruth, Dr Yule, and A. D. 
Lowson, Esq. Vice-President — Mr J. Hastings. Hon. Secretaries and Treas- 
urers — Miss L. Kerrison, and Mr George E. Smith, 19 Cairnie Street. Stage 
Managers — Messrs George E. Smith and William Goodale. Caste Committee — 
Vice-President, Secretaries, Stage Managers, Miss V. G. Cobb, and Miss L. 
Watt. 



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49 West Grimsby, 

ARBROATH. 



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PAPER - HAHGHiG MERCHANTS. 

NOTICE TO PROPRIETORS, FACTORS, HOUSE HOLDERS. 

We have the Largest, Cheapest, and Choicest Stock of Wall Papers 
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ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 



ARBROATH INSTRUMENTAL BRASS BAND— Instituted 1893. 
Hon. President — Provost Thomson. Hon. Vice-Presidents — Councillors J. R. 
Mackenzie, Rollo S. Black, and Charles Milne.. President — William 
Mitchell. Vice-President — W. M'Gregor. Secretary — A. Chapman, jun. 
Street. Treasurer — A. Chapman. Bandmaster — J. Esplin. Professional Con- 
ductor — Robert Rjmmer. The Band practises every Tuesday and Thursday in 
Band Room, Helen Street. The Town Council are trustees for the instruments 
used by the Band. 

ARBROATH HIGHLAND PIPE BAND. 

Secretary— Alex. Milne, 20 Park Street. Pipe-Major— William Robbie, 37 Ogilvie 
Place. Practice every Tuesday night in Red Lion Hall. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 
Secretary — R. S. Smith, solicitor, Commerce Street. Committee (formed Decem- 
ber, 1912)— Hew Blair-Imrie of Lunan ; F. N. Kitson, Parkhill ; D. W. Morgan, 
South Mains of Ethie ; H. S. Buchan, Hilton of Inverkeilor ; D. Maxwell, 
Panlathy Mill; AV. Adam, Skichen ; J. Meikle, Kirton Mill; E. Gilruth, 
Seaton of Auchmithie. 

INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY. 
President — Colm Grant. Vice-presidents — Sir F. Webster, Provost Rutherford Thorn- 
son.and A. Balfour of Inchock. Chairman of Weekly Committee — G. R. Wallace. 
Hon. Consulting Physicians and Surgeons — J. A. Dewar, M.D., and David M. 
Greig, CM., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), Dundee. Attending Surgeons — David 

Laing, M.D., J. D. Gilruth, M.D., M.A., Arthur D. Yule, M.B., B.Sc. 
Hon. Treasurer — W. J. Rollo. Hon. Secretary — W. K. Macdonald. Auditor — 
R. M. C. Mackintosh. Lady Superintendent — Miss M'Elney. Hours of visit- 
ing — Wednesday to Saturday, 7 to 8 p.m. ; Sunday, 3.30 to 4.30 p.m. Annual 
Meeting — June. 

CONVALESCENT HOUSE, JENNYSWELL S. 
Admission Tickets for patients (7s 6d per week), can be had at Infirmary. Matron 
— Miss Rodger. Visiting hours — From October to April, 2 till 5, Wednesday 
and Saturday; and during the Summer, from 3 till 8; and on Sundays, 5 till 8. 

APBROATH EPTDEMTC HOSPITAL. 
Under the management of a Joint Committee of Arbroath Town Council and 
Representatives of the Arbroath District of the County Council. For cases of 
infectious disease occurring in Arbroath or the Arbroath district of the County 
of Forfar. Physician — Dr Duncan, Willoughby House. Committee : — Town 
Council members — Provost Rutherford Thomson, Bailie Anderson, Treasurer 
Duncan, Councillor Robertson, and Councillor Milne. District Committee mem- . 
bers— G. M'Laren Robertson, and Thomas Howie. House and Finance Committee 
— Provost Thomson, Bailie Robertson. Treasurer Duncan, Alexander 
Balfour and G. M'Laren Robertson — Mr Duncan, convener. Arbroath Small-pox 
Hospital — Physician — Dr. Dnnran Matron — Mi«s Haldane. Clerk — W. K. Maodonald 

ROYAL INFIRMARY OF EDINBURGH. 

Arbroath Treasurer — George Reid, Royal Bank. 

GUTLDRY INCORPORATION 
Dean — John Wilson. Council — Norman M'Bain, Provost Thomson, A. C. Anderson, 
ex-Provost Grant, William Chapel, W. J. Rollo, and W. P. Dowall. Clerk, 
Treasurer, and Fiscal — A. C. Anderson, solicitor. Annual meeting in October. 

SEVEN TNCOPPORATED TRADES. 
Convener — A. D. Lowson. Clerk — A. D. Anderson. Annual Meeting — Michaelmas. 

GLOVER TNGORPOPATTON. 
Deacon — A. D. Lowson. Boxmaster and Clerk — Norman M'Bain. Annual Meeting 
— Michaelmas. 

WEAVEPS' TNCOPPOPATTON. 
Deacon — W. P. Sandeman. Boxmaster — A. C. Anderson. Clerk and Assessor — 
A. D. Anderson. Annual Meeting — Michaelmas. 



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FRED. F. BOATH 

(Nearly Opposite the Railway Station.) 



ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 75 



BAKERS' INCORPORATION. 
Deacon — Wm. M. Salmond. Boxmaster — C. Soutar. Annual Meeting — Michaelmas. 

SHOEMAKERS. 
Deacon — D W. Fairweather. Boxoiaster and First Key-Keeper — Robert I. Low. 
Second Key-keeper and Councillor — A. C. Anderson. Clerk — A. C. Ander- 
son, solicitor. Annual meeting — Michaelmas. 

HAMMERMEN. 
Deacon — George R. Wallace. Boxmaster — A. Sorley Smith. Clerk — A. C. Anderson, 
solicitor. Annual Meeting — Michaelmas. 

ARBROATH SEAMEN FRATERNITY. 
Boxmaster — William Cargill. Clerk — William Chapel, solicitor. 

MASONIC LODGES. 
Royal Arch Chapter— Hope No. 9— M.E.Z.— Chillies Gray. P.M.E.Z.-Wm. Kinnear, 
D. T. Wilson, Andrew Ellis, and David Dundas. M.E.H. — Charles Robbie. M.E.J.— 
Andrew liuxton. Scribe E-H. B. Skea, 28 Ponderlaw Street. Scribe N— John S. Boath. 
Treasurer — J. M. B. Michie. First Sojourner — Robert Butehart. Second Sojourner — 
Charles P. Mitchell. Third Sojourner— James H. Patterson. Supt. of Works — Arthur 
F.Roberts. Directors of Ceremonies -G. D. N. Dundas. Alex. Christie, Theo. Kennedy. 
Sword-Bearer — Win. Crook. Organist — David Darroch. Auditors — Andrew Ellis and 
D. T. Wilson. Steward— Henry Watson. Janitor — George Gordon. Meets 3rd Wednes- 
day of each month at 8.15 p.m. in Chapter Rooms, Park Street Masonic Halls. Annual 
Meeting— Autumnal Equinox. 
Equinox. 
St Thomas (40) — Lodge Rooms — Park Street Masonic Hall. R.W.M. — And. Ruxton. 
Secretary — A. Ellis, 72 Rossie Street. Treasurer — H. B. Skea, Ponderlaw St. 
Hall-keeper — George Gordon, Park Street. Monthly Meeting — Second Thursday 

from September till May (both inclusive) at 8 p.m. Annual Meeting — St 

Andrew's Eve. 
Si Vigean (101)— Hall, White Hart. R.W.M.— D. Littlejohn. Secretary— George 

Dundas, Royston, Keptie Road. Treasurer — Wm. Stewart. Annual Meeting — 

St Andrew's Eve. 
Panmure (299)— Hall, Hill Street— R.W.M.— Andrew C. Hewit. Secretary— Wm. 
Spankie, 240 High Street. Treasurer— C. S. Hill. Hall-keeper— E. Baillie. 

Annual Meeting — St Andrew's Eve. 
Order of Eastern Star — " Rosemary " Chapter, No. '14. — Worthy Matron — Mrs F. W. 

M. Bennett. Worthy Patron — A. Hewit. Associate Matron — Mrs W. Jamieson. 

Associate Patron — W. Renny. Secretary — W. Spankie, 140 High Street. Trea- 
surer — J. L. Donald. Conductress — Miss C. Ross. Marshal — T. N. Kennedy. 

Adah— Mrs Wilson. Ruth— Miss L. R. Donald. Esther— Mrs W. G. 

W. Spankie. Martha — Mrs W. Rennie. Electra — Miss E. L. Dunn. Warder — 

Mrs J. Chalmers. Sentinel — E. F. Baillie. 

FREE GARDENERS. 

Free Gardeners' Friendly Society. — Hall, Park Street. R.W.M. — John S. Boath. 
Secretary — Robert Guthrie, 20 Green Street. Treasurer — John S. Napier, 52 
St Vigeans Road. Meets nth January, 1914, and everv alternate Monday in 
Park Street Hall. 

Old St Paul's Lodge, No. 7 (St John's Order)— R.W.M.— S. Mill. P.M.— J. Alex- 
ander. D.M. — W. High. Secretary — D. Byars, 151 High Street. Treasurer — 
D. B. Beattie, 1 Church Street. Annual meeting first Tuesday in February. 
Meets in Park Street Masonic Hall first Tuesday of each month, at 8.30 p.m. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS (Manchester Unity, 
Loyal St Thomas Branch (Dunfermline District); opened 28th October, 1905. 
P.G.M.— J. G. Traill. G.M.— James Adam. N.G.— Alex. G. Craig. V.G.— 
John Taylor. P.S. — R. S. Smith, solicitor, Commerce Street. Treasurer — R. 
Thomson. E.S.— A. B. Cargill. L.M.— D. B. Traill. C— William Anderson. 
W— William Bruce. I.G.— D. Leighton. O.G.— R. Gillespie. Sick Stewards— 
D. B. Traill and A. Edwards. Auditors— John Shepherd and D. B. Traill. 
Membership— 90. Meetings in Park Street Hall on Monday evening every 

fortnight. 



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Address in 

Town 



ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 77 

L.O.A. SHEPHERDS, A.U.— Lodge St Thomae, 2001. 
(Approved Society tinder the National Health Insurance Act.) 
W.M. — David Y. Clark. P.M. — David F. Stewart. Treasurer Jas. R. Foreman, 26 
Dishlandtown Street. Secretary — C. Smith Hill, 3 Queen Street. Meets every 
alternate Monday in Panmure Hall, Hill Street. Annual meeting in February. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS— Foresters Hall Green, Street. 

Court Aberbrothock (No. 6392). Secretary— James R. Aitken, 30 Elliot Street. 
Treasurer — Thomas C. Esplin, 21 Kinnaird Street. Hall-keeper — George Moore, 
9 Lochland Street. Meetings, 4th January and every alternate Monday. 

Juvenile Court — -Secretary — Thos. C. Esplin, 21 Kinnaird Street. Treasurer — Sylves- 
ter Brown. Date of Meeting — Monday, 4th January, and every alternate Mon- 
day. Medical Officer — Dr Laing. Chemist — James S. Whyte, 57 Guthrie Port. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHAB1TES (Salford Unity Friendly 

Society). 
Si Thomas Tent (No. 154) meets in Templar Hall on alternate Fridays from 10th 

January at 8 p.m. Secretary— Chas. S. Anderson, 37 Ernest Street. 
St Ruth's Juvenile Tent (No. 937) meets on alternate Fridays from 9th January, 

from 7 to 8 p.m. Secretary— Alex. C. Paterson, 6 South Grimsby. Penny Savings 

Bank every Friday from 7 to 8 p.m. 

INTERNATIONAL PLOUGHMEN'S SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND. 

Established 1866. Registered Office, 107 High Street, Arbroath. 

Branches — 26. Membership — 1039. Funds — ^2937. 

Officers of Common Fund— President — James Hill, 22 Gowan Street, Arbroath. Vice- 
President— George Traill, Castle Street, Friockheim. Treasurer Jas. Milne, 10 
Hannah Street, Arbroath. Secretary— J. Mackintosh, 107 High Street, Arbroath. 
Trustees— Archibald Anderson, 62 Howard Street, Arbroath ; Robert Garden, 6 
Tay St., Carnoustie; David Craig, 21 Morgan St., Dundee. Quarterly Meetings 
are held in the registered office of the Society on the Third Saturday in 
January, April, July, and October. Annual Meeting held on the Second 
Saturday of August in the Foresters' Hall, Green Street, Arbroath, at 
2 p.m. Arbroath Branch : — Officers — President — John B. Sewart, Newton of 
Arbirlot. Vice-President — James Wannan, 20 Gowan Street, Arbroath. Treasurer 
— Peter Scott, 25 Fergus Square. Secretary— John Suttie, 14 Ann Street. 
Quarterly meetings are held in the hall of "the Millgate Coffee-House on the 
Second Saturday in March, June, September, and December, at 8 p.m. 

ARBROATH WEST PORT ASSOCIATION. LIMITED, 
Nos. 2 and 4 Keptie Street, with Branches at 58 and 60 Lochland Street, 
59 East Abbey Street, and 46 Cairnie Street. 
President — John F. Chalmers. Managers — Grocery, Hugh Gavin ; Drapery, G. 
Aitchison ; Boot-shop, R. Low. Secretary — Alex. G. Hendry, Woodbine Cot- 
tage, Strachan Street. Treasurer — David Smith. Annual Meeting — 11th May. 

ARBROATH EQUITABLE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LIMITED, 

Guthrie Port, with branches in Fergus Street, Brothock Bridge, and Keptie Street ; 

Boot Department, 8 Guthrie Port ; Drapery Department, 36£ Guthrie Port ; 

Clothing Department, 12 Guthrie Port. 

Manager — Alex. Hood. President — Peter Crammond. Secretary — Wm. Williamson, 
3 Walker PI. Treasurer— D. Littlejohn. Annual meeting — Third Monday in 
September. 

HIGH STREET CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LIMITED, 
High Street, with Branches in High Street, St Mary Street, and 
Millgate Loan. 
Boot and Shoe Department— 254 High Street. Drapery and Clothing Department 
—254 High Street. Butcher Meat Department— 246 High Street. Fruit and 
Confectionery— 250 High Street. Manager— David Paton. President— John 
Quinn. Secretary— J. C. Robertson, 54 Millgate Loan. Treasurer— Charles W. 
Christie. Annual Meeting— Fourth Monday of September. 



78 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ESTABLISHED 
1824 

COMPANY, LIMITED. 

Accumulated Funds Nearly Four Millions. 

Life Insurances issued, giving every advantage offered by any 
Insurance Company. Moderate Premiums. Libeial Conditions. 
Substantial Bonuses. Stringent Reserves. New Scheme com- 
bining Life Assurance and Old Age Pensions. 

Fire Insurances effected by the Company on the most Moderate 
Terms according to nature of lisk. 

Employers' Liability.— Policies Issued covering full Liability 
under the Workmen's Compensation Acts 1897, 1900, and 1906; 
the Employers' Liability Act 1880, and the Common Law. 

Personal Accident Insurance. — World-Wide Policies Issued, 
conferring Full Benefits at Moderate Rates. 

Combined Accident and Sickness Schemes. 

Burglary Insurances Transacted — Liberal Conditions, Low 

Rates. No Average Clause. 
Live Stock Insurance Effected.- Accident, Disease, Foaling, 

Castration, and Stallion. 

ANTHRAX (Horses and Cattle) — Insured Against under 
Special Policy. 

Plate Glass Insurance. Loss of Profits. 



Dundee Office : Courier Buildings, 20 Meadowside. 

D. GRANT REA, Resident Secretary. 
Application for Agencies Invited. 

Telephone No. 1167. Telegraphic Address—" V orb-hire," Dundee. 

"george reid, 

INSURANCE AGENT, ROYAL BANK, ARBROATH. 

Motor Car, Live Stock and Anthrax Insurance Arranged on the 
most Favourable Terms. 

Agent for the YORKSHIRE INSURANCE and other Companies. 



ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 79 



ARBROATH FRIENDLY COAL SOCIETY, LIMITED. 
Manager and Secretary — Edward Spink. President — Alexander W, Joss. Treasurer 
— David Greig. Office and Depot — 29 Ladyloan. General meetings in January 
and July. 

GLASGOW ANGUS AND MEARNS BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 
President— James Isles, Hayfield School. Vice-President — William Carnegie. Treasurer — 
Alexander Blewes. Secretary — A Wilkie Croall, solicitor, Glasgow. Patron— Sir Alexande 
Baird of Urie. Directors — James T. Macdonald, Alexander Blewes, James 
Mollison, William Carnegie, George Irons, Harry P. Tullis, Henry Watt, 
Major Richard Neilson, Professor T. K. Monro, John Lindsay, J. B. Barrie, 
James Thornton, J. L. Cumming, W. G. Hawkins, W. S. Ramsay. Life Direc- 
tors — Messrs Stuart Spence, J. P., Charles P. Hoggf John A. Talbert, and 
J. D. Ramsa3r. Local Secretary — N. M'Bain, solicitor, Arbroath. 

EDINBURGH ANGUS CLUB -Instituted 1841. 
Patron — Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Lord-Lieutenant of Forfarshire. 
President — W. Lyon Mackenzie, K.C., Sheriff of Ayrshire, Vice-presidents — Earl 
of Home, K.T., Earl of Northesk, Earl of Kintore, G.C.M.G., Earl of Camper- 
down. Earl of Dalhousie, Earl of Southesk. Treasurer — James Rennie, S.S.C., 
57 North Castle Street, Edinburgh. Secretary — Ronald Burness, W.S., 12 Hope 
Street, Edinburgh. 

NEW YORK ARBROATH ASSOCIATION— (Incorporated). 
President— David Wallace. Vice-President— D. P. Edwards. Treasurer— William 
Nicoll. Secretary — Wm. K. Murray, Reliance Building. 32 Union Square, 
East, New York. Chaplain — James Allan. Trustees — James Ross, Andrew 
Wallace, and D. C. Cameron. Annual Meeting in April. 

DETROIT ARBROATH ASSOCIATION. (Instituted 1888.) 
President — Charles A. Low. Vice-President — Andrew Lowe. Chaplain — James 
C. Mackie. Treasurer — Wm. Rayne. Secretary — James Wallace, 462 Riopelle 
Street, Detroit, Michigan. Meets first Tuesday of each month from 
September to May. 

DURBAN ARBROATH ASSOCIATION. 
President— D. Suttie. Vice-president— George Robertson. Secretary— David Wat- 
son, Fairport Villa, Fourth Avenue, Durban, Natal. 

PERTH-ARBROATH AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. 
Hon. Presidents— D. S. Lowson, M.A., The Pines, Balhousie Avenue, and C. D. 
Geddes. President— Andrew R. Calder. Vice-Presidents— George Thomson and 
Peter Cameron. Secretary and Treasurer— John D. M'Leod, 5 Abbot Street, 
Craigie, Perth. Committee — Messrs James Craigie, James Mackie, George 
Masterton .Jas Johnstone, Alec. Finlaysnii, Miss l.inton, Mrs M'T.eod, and Miss Lowson. 

EDINBURGH FORFARSHIRE ASSOCIATION. 
President— William Winter. Vice-Presidents— Charles R. Beveridge, and George 
Coull, D.Sc. Committee— Dundee, Thomas H. Baxter; Brechin, J. W. Sorrie; 
Forfar, Charles Leighton ; Kirriemuir, James Marnie ; Montrose, W. Harry 
Melvin; other districts, David Howe, J. Baker Wilson; Members under Rule 
5— David Anderson, K.C., W. J. P. Anderson, Stewart Mackenzie, John Mackay. 
Hon. Secretary— W. Scott Bruce, Club Rooms, 20 Hanover Street. Hon. Treas- 
urer—Alexander J. Paton, Club Rooms. Golf Club— Captain, William Grieve; 
Secretary, William Fullerton, 87 Bruntsfield Place. 

MOTHERWELL AND DISTRICT ANGUS AND MEARNS 
ASSOCIATION. 

President— James Nicol (Kirriemuir). Vice-President— Robert Fisher (Montrose). 
Secretary and Treasurer— Charles Bennet (Arbroath), 63 Calder Street, Mother- 
well. Assistant Secretary — W. Smith, Brechin. Annual meeting in December. 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WINES, 
SPIRITS, 
BRANDIES, 
RUMS . . 
Of only the 
Finest . . 
Quality . . 




Sparkling . 
BEERS . 
Nourishing 
STOUTS . 



CATHERINE STREET 

(Opp. Side Entrance to Railway Station.) 

ROBT. GRAY, Proprietor. 



JAMES R. COOK, 

plumber, TTinsmith, anfc (Basntter, 
36 MAULE STREET, ARBROATH. 



JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



MILK UTENSILS A SPECIALTY. 

All Sizes, and to Measure. 



ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 81 



LONDON FORFARSHIRE ASSOCIATION (Angue and Mearne), Inst. 1884. 

President— The Earl of Strathmore. Hon. Presidents— J. C. Hill, W. H. Cloake, 
P. Gardiner, J. M'Glashan, D. C. Thomson, J.P.D.L., J. Ferguson Coutts, 
Peter MacEwan, F.C.S., James W. Kidd, James A. P. Mitchell, Geo. R. Moffat, 
Peter Young, Dr T. W. Parkinson, W. L. Pattullo, J. D. Pattullo, J. W. 
Thomson-Walker, F.R.C.S. President of Council — George O. Stiven. Vice- 
Presidents — J. Stuart Jones, W. D. MacPherson, J. D. Peters, Norman Will, 
George Kyd, W. C. Ritchie, D. M. Smith, W. J. Smith, J. O. Watson, J. W. 
Wilson. Hon. Secretary — D. Steele Warden, 16 Windsor Road, Palmers Green, 
N. Hon. Assistant Secretary — Alexander Blair, 90 Woodbury Avenue, Winch- 
more Hill, N. Hon. Treasurer — Sydney M. Young, 8i Constantine Road, Hamp- 
stead, N.W. 

ARBROATH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

President — J. R. W. Clark. Vice-President — Sir F. Webster. Secretary and 
Treasurer — W. J. Rollo. Executive Committee — President, Vice-president, A. D. 
Lowson, Colin Grant, W. Alexander, W. W. Webster, James Jack, James 
Shanks, J. R. Mackenzie, T. Scott, and S. Renny. Annual meeting in March. 

ARBROATH TOWN IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. 
President — George R. Wallace. Vice-President — Adam Oliver. Secretary and trea- 
surer — Rollo S. Black, Incorporated Accountant, 7 Hill Street. Meetings — 
Second Tuesday of February and September. 

ARBROATH SAVINGS BANK— 90 High Street. 
The Office is open for taking in and paying out money as follows :• — Mondays, 
Tuesdays, Thursday, Fridays, and Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wed- 
nesdays, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and on Friday evenings from 6 to 8. The 
Savings Bank is not open on statutory Bank Holidays or on Local Holidays. 
R. M. C. Mackintosh, actuary. 

YEARLY BENEFIT SOCIETIES. 
Abbey Male and Female Society — Parkhouse Public School. Treasurer — Alexander 

Williamson, 59 Kinnaird Street. Secretary — William Smith, 33 Lochland Street. 

Annual meeting — 17th April. 
Hill Street Male and Female Yearly Society — Masonic Hall, Hill Street. Presi- 
dent — David Matthew, 48 East Abbey Street. Treas. — John Gray, 14 St Mary 

, Street. Secy. — Wm. Barrie, 43 St Mary St. Annual meeting — 17th April, 1915. 
Market Place Society — Abbey Public School. Secretary — Robert Thomson, 29 Green 

Street. Treas. — Wm. Ramsay, 30 Hayswell Road. Annual meeting — 9th Oct. 
North Grimsby Society — Parkhouse Public School. Treasurer — John B. Skea, 3 

Hannah Street. Secretary — John F. Chalmers, 2 Ann Street. Annual meeting 

—9th October, 1914, at 7.30 p.m. 
Maule Street Society — Abbey School. Treasurer — Wm. Hunter, 2 Elliot Street. 

Secretary — Alex. Moore, 37 Sidney Street. Annual meeting — 13th April. 
Park Street Male and Female Society — St Paul's Hall, Park Street. Treasurer — 

Alex. Nicol, 31 Elliot Street. Secretary — W. Bowman, 78^ Keptie Street. 

Annual meeting — Friday, 1st October, 1915. 
West Port Yearly Society — Keptie Street Hall. Secretary— Geo. Gibson, 38 Cairnie 

Street. Treasurer — Wm. Wallace, 20 West Mary Street. Annual meeting — 4th 

April. 
Dishlandtown Yearly Society — Parkhouse School. Secretary — James Hunter, 44 John 

Street. Treasurei — Alfred Carrie, 55 Green Street. Annual meeting — 11th 

April, 1914. 

ARBROATH UNITED TRADES' YEARLY SOCIETY. 
President — John Nicol. Vice-President — James Mathewson. Secretary— A. Miller, 
8 Carnegie Street. Treasurer — Alfred Scott, 45£ West Abbey Street. Sick 
Steward — R. Gilbert, 30 Millgate Loan. Annual meeting in April. Meets in 
Parkhouse School on Fridays from 7.15 to 8.15 p.m. 

ARBROATH & DISTRICT UNITED 1RADES COUNCIL. 
Instituted 1889. 
President— James P. Reid. Vice-President— Allan Irons. Treasurer— James Scott. 
Secretary— Robert S. M'Kec.hnie, 2C St Mary Street. 



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Established Upwards of Fifty Years. 

Telephone No. 24. 

GEO. HARRIS, 



Successor to David Harris. 



Wholesale 
and 

Retail *2 * 




yl.„ Family Butcher 



and 

1 
Game Dealer, 



29 MILLGATE & 36 HAMILTON GREEN, ARBROATH. 



SPECIALTIES. 

Prime Beef and Mutton — Always Large and Fresh 

Stock on hand. 

VEAL AND LAMB IN SEASON. 

Always in Stock, Salt Rounds, Plain & Spice Pickled. 



Orders ^Promptly Delivered Daily; by own Van in Town or Country. 

Game and^^^Fish Shop 

23 MILLGATE. 



A/ways on hand, Fresh Supplies in their 
Season. 



ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 83 

ARBROATH UNITED TRADES MALE AND FEMALE FRIENDLY 

SOCIETY (Approved Society). 
Secretary — Alex. Miller, 8 Carnegie Street. Meets in Parkhouse School on Fridays 
from 7 to 8.15 p.m. 

ASSOCIATED IRONMOULDERS OF SCOTLAND -Arbroath Branch. 

President— George Neave. Secretary— John Wallace, 32 Helen Street, Arbroath. 

7 p.m., commencing January nth, in Shakespeare Hall, 183 High Street. 

AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS— Arbroath Branch. 
President — D. A. Ruxton. Secretary — Sam. Hopkinson, 32 Howard Street. Sick 
Stewart — W. E. Lawson. Membership — 162. Meets every alternate Monday at 
7 p.m., commencing January 12th, in Shakespeare Hall, 183 High Street. 

ASSOCIATED BLACKSMITHS' AND IRON-WORKERS' 

SOCIETY— Arbroath Branch. 

Chairman — Henry Rose. Secretary — James Baxter, 27 Bog Lane. Treasurer — Wm. 

Sturrock. Ordinary meetings every alternate Tuesday. Membership — 27. 

Meeting- Place — Central Dining Rooms. First Meeting, 12th January, 1915. 

AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS 
President— Alex. Smart. Secretary— John Wright, 16 John Street. Treasurer- 
Allan Chapman. Meets in Central Dining-Rooms, Millgate, on Monday nth 
January, and every alternate Monday. 

UNITED OPERATIVE MASONS' ASSOCIATION— Arbroath Branch.. 
President— George Carrie. Secretary — David J. Wisliart, 36 John Slreet. Treasurer — 
James Martin. Membership — 50. 

NATIONAL UNION OF BOOT & SHOE OPERATIVES— Arbroath Branch. 

President— Charles Milne. Secretary— Alexander Smith, 4 Hill Terrace. Mem- 
bership — 213. Meets first Tuesday of every month. Meeting place — Park Street 
Hall. 

BOOT REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION 
President— D. Drury. Vice-President— A. Steven. Treasurer— D. Cuthbert. Secre- 
tary—Arthur King, 14 Elliot Street. Executive— J. Simm, G. S. K. Raitt, 
,J. Norrie, R. Gillespie, and Donaldson. Trustees— W. Gill and J. S. K. Raitt. 

NATIONAL FEDERAL UNION OF BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS 
(Arbroath Branch). 
Secretary— Charles Munro, 62 Helen Street. Treasurer— David Shepherd. 
Health Insurance Sick Stewart— James Ducat, 18 St Vigeans Road. 

WORKERS' UNION— Arbroath Branch, No. 136. 
President— James Mitchell. Secretary— Wm. Doyle, 6 James Street. Membership 
400. Headquarters— 13 Applegate. 

ARBROATH HOUSE PROPRIETORS' ASSOCIATION. 
Secretary — H. Victor Neill. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 
President— James Copland. Vice-President— W. Duthie. Treasurer— James Carrie. 
Secretary— T. H. Hosie. Committee— Joseph Roberts, Alex. Gair, James 

Whyte, James Patterson, D. Gray, A. Watson and J. Robertson. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT WHOLESALE MILKDEALERS' 
ASSOCIATION. . 
Secretary— Robert Hume, Hillhead, Carmyllie. 

THE POSTMEN'S FEDERATION— Arbroath Branch. 
President— D. R. Smart, 138 High Street. Secretary and Treasurer— James C. 
Crowe, 54 St Vigeans Road. Meetings held quarterly. 



84 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

FOR LATEST STYLES 

In BLOUSES, SKIRTS, and GIRLS' DRESSES, 
GLOVES, BELTS, and HATS, at KEENEST PRICES, 

Try EWING, 

General Draper, 203 High Street, Arbroath. 



YOU NEVER NEED TO WORRY 

When Choosing a PRESENT for Weddings & Presentations. 



J. 'M. MEFFAN, 

33 MILLGATE, 

Has always a Large and Varied Selection of all the Latest 

and Stylish Designs in Solid Silver, Silver Plate, and 

Jewellery. Goods sent on Approbation. 



OPTICAL PRESCRIPTIONS 

Receive Special Attention, and Best Workmanship 

guaranteed in all Repair Departments. 

We are Noted for Satisfaction in every detail. 



JOHN M. MEFFAN, 

Practical Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician, 33 Millgate, Arbroath. 



The Steeple Restaurant 

140 High Street (Opposite the steeple), Arbroath. 

Teas at any time. Nice and Comfortable Rooms. 

Pies and Bridies every Friday and Saturday. 

Finest Sweets and Chocolates. 

Mrs A. S. POTTER, Proprietrix 



ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 85 

SCOTTISH PAINTERS SOCIETY— Arbroath Branch. 
Secretary — James Elrick, 4 Maule Street. Treasurer — James R. Foreman. 
Meets in 30 Maule Street on alternate Mondays. 

AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF RAILWAY SERVANTS. 
Chairman — James Scott, 58 St Vigeans Road. Secretary — Alex. Bruce, 27 Howard 
St. Treasurer — George Lowson, 12 Hannah Street. Meets in Foresters' Hall, 
Green Street, every fourth Sunday, at 3.30 p.m. 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF FOREMEN TAILORS— 
Arbroath Branch. 
President — J. Peters. Vice-President — D. Thornton, jun. Secretary — C. Y. Myles, 
21 James Street. Treasurer — D. Ramsay, Addison Place. 

SCOTTISH TYPOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIATION— Arbroath Branch. 
President — John D. Howie. Secretary — D. Adam, 75 Ladyloan. Treasurer — Wm. 
Anderson. Membership — 16. 

MILL AND FACTORY WORKERS' UNION. 
President — Ex-Bailie Smith. Vice-President — George Wills. Treasurer — Edward 
Spink. Secretary— C. M. Phimister, 12 Cross Mill Wynd. 

UNITED SOCIETY OF TOURNEYMEN CURRIERS. 
(Arbroath Branch). 
- (Approved Section affiliated to the General Federation of Trade Unions.) 
Chairman — Robert Salkeld. Secretarv and Treasurer — William Ogilvie, 4 Stuart 
Street. Meetings held in March, June, September, December in Central Dining- 
Rooms. Membership — 20. 

ARBROATH BRANCH INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY. 

President — Alexander Smith. Chairman — William Hageart. Secretary — James 
Stalker, 16 Ernest Street. Treasurer — John Norrie. Business Meeting — I.L.P. 
Hall, Bank Street, every alternate Sunday evening at 6.30. During summer, 
Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. 

ARBROATH LTBEPAL ASSOCIATION. 

President— Sir Francis Webster. Vice-Presidents— Samuel Renny and Rev. James 
Murray. Treasurer— Rollo S. Bla«-k. Secretary— Norman M'Bain, solicitor, 15 
Hill Street. 

SCOTTISH WOMEN'S LIBERAL FEDERATION. 
Hon. Presidents— Lady Harcourt, Ladv Webster, and Mrs R. Harcourt. Presi- 
dent—Mrs Norman M'Bain. Hon. Treasurer— Miss Dick, Lochhead, Keptie Rd. 
Hon. Secretary — Miss Hood, 26 Nolt Loan Road. 

MONTPOSE BURGHS LIBERAL EXECUTIVE. 

Chairman — Sir Franics Webster, Arbroath. Secretary — Norman M'Bain, solicitor, 

Arbroath. 
Arbroath Representatives — Sir Francis Webster, Samuel Renny, and Rev. 

James Murray. 
Montrose — Provost Thomson, John F. Kidd, and J. Foreman. 
Forfar — W. Warden, draper; and Bailie Ritchie. 
Brechin — D. Duke, manufacturer; and J. S. Melrose, merchant. 
Bervie — James K. Coupar. 

FORFARSHIRE COUNTY LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 

President — David Wilkie, Ardmore, Kirriemuir. Hon. Secretary — James Wilkie, 

solicitor, Kirriemuir. Convener of Finance Committee — Alexander Duncan, 

Maulesbank, Carnoustie. Convener of Organisation Committee — Rev. A. J. 

Campbell, Barry. Organising Secretary — John Green, Villa Flora, Monifieth. 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 




ITZCHARLES & CO., 



DEALERS IN 

Ancient & JYtodern Juncture, 



HAVE always on hand a Large and 
Assorted Stock of Brass Dial 
Eight-Day Clocks and Desk Headed 
Drawers, Spinning Wheels and Reels, 
Corner Cupboards, Oak and Laburnum 
Chairs, Cruisie Lamps and other Furni- 
ture and Curios of all kinds. 




Local Pictures in Oil and Water Colour, 
Old Engravings and Portraits. 



An Excellent Selection of 

Substantial Modern Furniture 

To Suit all Classes. 

WANTED — — 

Antique furniture 

Of every description. Highest Prices given 
at the Recognised Curiosity Shop. 

FITZCHARLES & CO., 

jYCodern and Antique 
furniture Jealers, :: 

64 GUTHRIE PORT 

ARBROATH. 



ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 87 



MONTROSE BURGHS UNIONIST ASSOCIATION. 

President — Provost .Rutherford Thomson, Arbroath. Secretary and Treasurer — D. 

Littlejohn, solicitor, Arbroath. Representatives : — Arbroath — J. B. Frazer, J. C. 

Dewar, and J. R. Mackenzie. Montrose — John Balfour, R. J. Muir, and G. Gray. 

Forfar — R. Freer Myles, T. R. Soutar, and J. P. Anderson. Brechin — William 

Johnston, jun., James S. Lindsay, James Murray. Bervie — Dr Aymer and Thos. 

Johnston. 

ARBROATH UNIONIST ASSOCIATION. 
President — Colin Grant. Vice-Presidents — Provost Thomson, Wm. Webster, J. B. 

Frazer, John Duncan, James M'Wattie, and Alexander Balfour. Secretary and 

Treasurer — David Littlejohn, solicitor. 

FORFARSHIRE WOMEN UNIONIST AND TARIFF REFORM 
ASSOCIATION— Arbroath Branch. 

Hon. President — Mrs Lindsay Carnegie of Armiston. President — Miss j. C. C. 
Macdonald, Windmill House. Vice-Presidents — Mrs Alexander, Salisbury 
Place; Mrs Anderson, Fernlea; Miss Chapel, Caenlochan ; Mrs Douglas, Seaton 
Road; Mrs Grant, Woodside; Mrs F. F. Macdonald, Cairnie Hill; Mrs Selby, 
High Street; Mrs Wilson, Rotomahana. Hon. Treasurer — Mrs A. C. Anderson, 
West Seaton. Hon. Secretary — Miss Helen Chapel. 

FORFARSHIRE UNIONISTS' ORGANISATION. 
President — The Earl of Strathmore. Chairman— J. B. Don of Maulesden, Brechin. 
Vice-Chairman — Provost Soutar, Carnoustie. Secretary and Treasurer — Mr 
John A. Carnegie, solicitor, Kirriemuir. Organiser — Mr Samuel Dunn, 
Kirriemuir. 

MOiM TROSE BURGHS LABOUR REPRESENTATION COMMITTEE 

President— WiXliam Dalgetty. Vice-President— J. Stalker. Secretary— A. G. 
Irons, 55 High Street. Treasurer— D. Fairweather. Sub-Agent for Arbroath- 
James Haggart, Kyd Street. 

NATIONAL AMALGAMATED UNION OF SHOP ASSISTANTS. 
President— George A. C. Esplin. Vice-President— David Smith. Treasurer— J ohn 
Brand. Secretary— David L. Hutton, 56 Cairnie Street. Delegates to Trades 
Council— John Brand and John Brown. Meetings held in Central Dining- 
Rooms on alternate Mondays. 

ARBROATH ANALYTICAL ASSOCIATION AND FARMERS' CLUB. 
President— David Anderson, Carnoustie. Vice-President— D. A. M'Corquodale, Car- 
noustie. Secretary and Treasurer— David Weighton, Brax. Annual meeting in 
December. Membership— 200. 

ARBROATH EX-PLOUGHMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 
President— A. Bruce. Secretary— D. Diimie, Bell Hock lax em. Treasurer— W. Gair. 

ARBROATH & DISTRICT LICENSED TRADE DEFENCE ASSOCIATION 

President-John Jack. Vice-President-Henry Watson. Treasurer-(Vacant). 
Secretaries and Law Agents— A. D. & A. C. Anderson, solicitors, Arbroath. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT LICENSED VICTUALLERS' DEFENCE 
ASSOCIATION. 
President— W. M. Hastings. Vice-President-G. K. F. Black. Secretary-R K 
uould, Newgate Inn. Treasurer— Norman C. Grant, Vaults. 

ARBROATH PUBLIC BUILDINGS COMPANY, LIMITED 

Dir w° r ^: Ale i X - Ba ] fo . Ur ' P r J - A - Dewar ' W " J- Rollo > F - F - Macdonald, S. Renny, 
L5, P n^ d ^t °; A J 1< ?, er ^° n - Secretary-George G. Dalgarno, solicitor 
BuUdtn y s S ° ffice ~ No - l Hl11 Street ' Hall-keeper-Abner Joiner, Public Hall 

ARBROATH PROPERTY INVESTMENT & REVERSION CO., LD. 
Directors— S. Renny, H. Gavin, and Adam Oliver. Secretary— Adam Oliver, S.S.C. 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WaverleyTempepanee Hotel 



ARBROATH. 



(Within One 

Minute's Walk 

of Railway 

Station.) 



13 
Keptie 
Street 



Visitors are 
Assured of 
Every Home 
Comfort. 




WM. A. CRAIG, 

Cabinetmaker and Upholsterer, 
FUNERAL UNDERTAKER, 

23-25 James Street, Arbroath 



Maker of Artistic Furniture. 

Original Designs for all sorts of Furniture in High Relief Carving. 

No Reproduction of Original Designs. 



ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 89 

WHITE HART HIRING AND GARAGE COMPANY, LTD. 

Directors— D. M. Graham, H. S. Buchan, J. A. Jarron, T. Meikle, and G. R. 
Thomson. Secretary — A. C. Anderson. Auditor — J. C. Dewar. 

PLATE GLASS MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. 
Secretary, Treasurer, and Law Agent — William H. Alexander, solicitor. 

SCOTTISH LEGAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. 
Office-Bearers — Chairman, John Quinn, 41 Ponderlaw Street. District Secretary — 
Wm. H. Fraser, 41 Lordburn. 

EAST COAST FISHERIES ASSOCIATION—A rbroath Branch. 
Secretary and Treasurer — H. Victor Neill, solicitor, 93 High Street. 

WOMEN'S CO-OPERATIVE GUILD— Arbroath Branch. 

President — Miss Dunn, 64 Fergus Square. Secretary — Miss M. Geekie, 4 Hill Ter- 
race. Treasurer — Miss T. Ritchie. Membership — 41. Meets on Tuesdays in 
Bank Street Hall. Lecture, demonstration, &c, monthly. 

ARBROATH MEN'S OWN. 
Meets in St Paul's Church every Sunday afternoon at 2.30. Membership — 535. 
President — Rev. Lewis A. Brown, St John's Manse. General Secretary — Arch. 
R. Anderson, 26 Ladyloan. Treasurer — George Anderson, 35 Elliot 

Street. Leader of Choir and Orchestra — Joseph Esplin, 47£ Millgate Loan. 
Pianist and Accompanist — John Strachan, 181 High Street. Recreation Club 
meets Thursday evenings ; secretary and treasurer, H. Mathew. Holiday Fund 
Stewards — William Mathers and David Wishart. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 75 High Street. 
Hon. President — J. W. Chalmers. President — J. S. Nicoll. Hon. Secretary — 
Joseph Moffat, 32 Keptie Street. Treasurer — Wm. Dundas. Curator of Build- 
ing — Alexander Mather. Hon. Gymnastic Instructor — W. Dougall. Sabbath 
morning meetings every Sunday at 10 a.m. Reading Room and Library open 
daily. 

YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 54 High Street. 
Lady Superintendent — Miss Kydd, 1 Cairnie Place. Hon. President — Mrs Lind- 
say Carnegie, Annesley. President — (vacant). Vice-Presidents — Mrs 
Howat and Miss Airth. Hon. Secretary — Mrs Christie, Warwick Villa, 
Addison Place. Junior Secretary— Miss N. Milne, Hillcrest, Keptie Road'. 

Hon. Treasurer — Miss Nicol. Librarian — Miss M. Kydd. Committee 

Miss J. Airth, Mrs Matthew, Mrs Bennet, Miss Scott, Mrs T. D. Stewart, Mrs 
John Fraser. Annual meeting in October. Junior Branch meets every Tues- 
day evening at 6.15 in Y.W.C.A. Rooms. The Senior Branch meets at 6.30 
on Saturdays. Girls' Sewing Classes on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 7.30. Sun- 
day, 3 p.m., Bible Class. Teachers' Branch meets last Thursday in month at 
4.30 ; president, Lady Webster, Ashbrook ; secretary, Miss Lowson, Elmbank ; 
treasurer, Mrs Christie, Warwick Villa. The Flower Mission is carried on 
by the Y.W.C.A. during the spring, summer, and autumn months. 

ARBROATH TOWN MISSION— Hall, West Mill Wynd. 
President— A. A. Symon. Secretary— T. Woodside, Ingleside, Elliot Place. Trea- 
surer— W. Soutar, British Linen Bank. Missionary— James Moffat, 19 Howard 
Street. Annual Meeting— Middle of December. Gospel Temperance Saturday 
Tea Meetings. Women's Own, during winter months, Sunday afternoon at 
2.30. President— Miss Moffat. Secretary — Miss Edith Dunn. Treasurer — 
Miss Watt. Sewing Class, from October to March, every Monday at 7.30. 
Y.P.S.C.E. every Thursday at 8. Gospel meetings, Sunday and Tuesday, at 
6.30 and 8 p.m. 

MISSIONARY ORGANISATIONS. 

Regions Beyond Missionary Union —Secretary, William Dundas, 1 Kinnaird Street. Qua 
Iboe Mission— Secretary, W. Dundas. India and Ceylon General Mission— Secretary 
John Noble, 39 Leonard Street. 



90 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Telephone No. 2y1. 



MOTOR and GENERAL ENGINEERS, 

East Grimsby, Arbroath. 



GYCIiE SHOP, h 5 BROTHOGK BRIDGE. 



THE GOODS WE HANDLE ARE 

Motor Cars. Side Cars. Motor Tyres. 

Motor Cycles. Cycles. Petrol. 

Oils. Grease. Accessories of every kind. " 



WE CAN SUBMIT ESTIMATES 

For any Class of Car on the Market. 

Also for Renewals and Repairs. 



jYcotor Hiring Jepcurtnient 

Close or Open Cars and Char-a- Bancs for any period. 

Balls, Marriages, Concert Parties, &c. 

Careful and Competent Drivers. 



Give Us an Opportunity to Quote you 

WHEN BUYING A MOTOR CAR, 

MOTOR CYCLE, OR CYCLE. 



ARBROATH MISSIONS, &c. 91 



SCOTTISH COAST MISSION -Arbroath Branch. Hall, Foot of High St 
President — Captain Wm. Cargill. Treasurer — Wm. H. Alexander, solicitor, 
Clydesdale Bank, 62 High Street. Secretary — A. B. Liddle, Town House. 
Local Committee — Besides Ofiice-Bearers, Revs. James Howat, Dr Lilley, J. 
Spence Cuthill, D. F. Liddle, Alex. Rust, Thos. S. Anderson, John M'William, 
John A. Tweedie, George Hitchcock, James Cameron, T. Ure Paterson, Colin 
Grant, R. C. Kinloch, Harry Corsar, George Reid, Samuel Renny, D. W. 
Fairweather, James Smith, John Brodie, Captain Edward, William Bruce, 
D. B. King, Alexander Smith, James Smith, and Henry Nairn. Missionary — 
G. Neave, 28 Elliot Street. Sunday School, 2 p.m. — Superintendent, G. Neave. 
Gospel Meeting — 6 p.m. Bible Class 7.30 p.m. Morning Prayer at 10. Week- 
night services — Mondays. Senior Christian Endeavour at 8.15 p.m. Wednes- 
days — Junior Christian Endeavour at 7 p.m. Prayer Meetings — Wednesdays 
at 8 p.m. ; Saturdays at 6.30 p.m. Gospel Temperance Meeting (open to all), 
Saturdays, at 8 o'clock. Penny Savings Bank — Friday at 6 p.m. Receivers of 
Literature for Ships — Miss Rollo, 111 High Street ; and Miss Suttie, Union Villa. 

FEMALE HOME MISSION. 
President — Miss Lowson. Secretary — Mrs Howat, Lochshade. Treasurer — 

Mrs Renny, Jock's Lodge. Missionary — Miss Airth, 9 Elliot Place. Mission 
Room — Spink St. Mothers' Meeting — Monday at 7 p.m., from October to March. 
Meeting on Sabbath afternoons at 3 o'clock. 

INVERBROTHOCK U.F. CHURCH MISSION— Hall, West Mill Wynd. 
Children's Church — Sabbath, 11 a.m. Superintendent — D. B. King, Balbardie Cot- 
tage, Neville Street. Sabbath School, 5 p.m. Superintendent — D. B. King, 
Balbardie Cottage, Neville Street. 

ARBROATH PRESBYTERIAL WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION FOR HOME 
AND FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

President — Miss Lowson, North Tarry. Vice-President — Airs Anderson, Woodhill, 
Barry. Treasurer — Miss Scotland, Arbirlot Manse. Secretary — Miss M. A. Mac- 
donald, Windmill House. These form the Executive along with Mrs Graham 
and Miss Hynd, Arbirlot; Mrs Anderson, Arbroath; Mrs Heggie, Barry; Mrs 
Anderson and Mrs Soutar, Carnoustie ; Mrs Hitchcock, Inverbrothock ; Mrs 
Duff, St Vigeans. 

U.F. PRESBYTERIAL WOMEN'S MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION. 

President — Mrs Crichton, Mansefield. Joint Secretaries — Mrs Smith, Friockheim; 
and Mrs Berry, Carnoustie. Treasurer — Mrs Moffat Scott, BloomAeld. Hall- 
yearly meetings. 

HOPE TRUST AIDERS' ASSOCIATION— Local Branch. 
Hon. President— Rev. J. P. Lilley, D.D. Vice-president— George Neave, 28 Elliot 
Street. Secretary — M. Lumsden, 210 High Street. 

NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND— Arbroath Auxiliary. 
President— A. Balfour. Secretary— Rev. J. A. Tweedie, Arbroath. Treasurer 
— W. J. Rollo. 

TRACT AND COLPORTAGE SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND 

Secretary— Geo. Reid, Royal Bank. Colporteur— Fred Holdsworth, 1 Cairnie Place. 

PENTECOSTAL LEAGUE. 
Headquarters — London. Local Centre meets in East U.F. Church Hall, Sunday, 
at 2.30 p.m.; Tuesday, at 8 p.m. Secy. — Wm. C. Ramsay, 49 East Abbey Street. 

ARBROATH DESTITUTE SICK SOCIETY. 
President— Colin Grant. Treasurer— W. J. Rollo. Secretary— W. K. Macdonald. 
Annual Meeting— End of October. Visitors— William Buick, 44 Glover Street ; 
John Sievwright, jun., Lordburn; Jas. Findlay, 5 Hannah St. ; David Shepherd, 
60 Marketgate; D. T. Wilson, 125 High Street; Wm. Bruce, 11 Marketgate; 
W. L. Grant, 2 Hayswell Road; James Nairn, 62 Gravesend. 



92 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Established (1867) nearly Half-a-Century. 

GEORGE SALMOND, 

199 High Street, Arbroath. 



Our Fairport Gingerbread 

Is an Old-Established Favourite the length and breadth 
of the land. We make it with and without Fruit, and 
in Sizes to suit all. 

Our OATCAKES 

Thick and Thin, in Large and Small Tins, manufactured 
from the Finest Oats grown on the Braes of Angus. 
Our Oatcakes are well-known and highly appreciated. 

TRY OUR FAMED SCOTCH SHORTBREAD. 

FOR QUALITY IT EXCELS. 

OUR VANS VISIT Carnoustie, Colliston, Forfar, Montrose, 

Friockheim, Carmyllie, Brechin, Inverkeilor, and 

Surrounding Country Districts Every Week. 



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AND DRAUGHT ALES, 

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(Adjoining OLYMPIA.) 



Carge 51ooit\ for JYceeUngs, Presentations, &e. 

<> 

Billiard Room. WM. HOVELL, Proprietor. 



ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 93 

ST VTGEANS DESTITUTE SICK SOCIETY. 
President — Rev. Geo. Hitchcock. Secretary and Treasurer — Alex. Hood, 38 Elliot 
Street. Visitors— Patrick Robb, 5b Cairnie St.; William Ramsay, 30 Hays- 
well Road; William Chisholm, 4 Abbey Path; David Ross, 75 Helen Street. 

LADIES' CLO 1'HING SOCIETY. 
Presidents — Mrs Grant, Woodside, and Mrs F. P. Macdonald, Cairniehill. Treas. — 
Miss Rolio, Commercial .bank House. Secretary — Miss Wilson, Rotomahana, 
Annual Meeting in September. 

CHILDREN'S CLOTHING EUND. 

Joint Hon. Secretaries and Treasurers — xVirs Alexander, Keptie Road, and Mrs 
W. ±l. Alexander, Clydesdale Bank House. The object ot the tuna is to pro- 
vide clothing, &c, tor poor children to enable them to attend school, bub- 
scriptions or gilts of clothing are gratefully received by the Hon. Secretaries. 

ARBROATH DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION. 

(,iu Affiliation with C^ueen Victoria's Jubilee Nursing Institute, Edinburgh.,) 
President — Mrs .Lindsay Carnegie. Hon. Secretary — Mrs Sidney Duke, 7 Alex- 
andra ir'lace. lion, lreasurers — Miss A. W. Lowson, Elmbank, and Mrs D. 
W. Pairweather, Craigard. Nurses — Miss Easton, 61 Dishland Street, and Miss 
Thomson, Laureibank. Annual Meeting in December. 

THE SCOTTISH NEEDLEWORK GUILD— EoKtAKSHiaji Bbamch. 
President — Countess ot Strathmore. Vice-president — Arbroath District — Mrs 

Lindsay Carnegie, Ahnesley. 

MISSION TO THE BLIND OE EOREARSHIRE AND THE SOUTH 

HALE OE KINCARDINESHIRE. 

Arbroath Ladies Committee — Miss Carey, 3 Shore ; Mrs D. W. Morgan, South 
Mains 01 Ethie ; Miss E. Soutar, Bracklinn; Mrs W. Swan, Horologue Hili; 
Mrs Norman Eraser, Ogilvy .flace. Secretary — iVfiss Chapel, Caenlochan, 
Treasurer — Miss Roilo, Commercial Bank House. Missionary — Miss Wilson, 20 
West High Street, Forfar. Annual meeting in May. 

SHIPWRECKED E1SHERMEN AND MARINERS' ROYAL 
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

Central Offices— 25 Suffolk Street, Pall Mall, London, S.W. Hon. Local 
Secretary — H. Victor Neill, solicitor, 93 High Street. 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HELP SOCIETY— Forfarshire Branch. 
President — Earl of Strathmore. Vice-presidents — Countess of Strathmore and 
Countess ot Airlie. Hon. Secretary — Mrs Lindsay Carnegie of Anniston. 

Hon. Treas. — Mr Myles, National Bank, Forfar. Annual meeting in January. 

NATIONAL SOOIEIY EOR PREVENTION OE CRUELTY TO 

CHILDREN— Arbroath Branch. 

Hon. Sec. — Adam Oliver, S.S.C. fnspector — T. Crawford, Cairnie, Howard Street. 

SOCIETY EOR PREVENTION OE CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. 
President — Ex-Provost Grant. Vice-Presidents — Samuel Renny and J. B. Frazer. 
- Secretaries — Webster & Littlejohn, solicitors. Annual meeting in April. Officer — 
Wm. Masson, ex-Sergeant of Police, 22 Helen Street. 

SCOTTISH PROHIBITION PARTY— Arbroath Branch. 

President— James W. Fyffe. Secretary— D. Anderson, 14 John Street. 
Treasurer— Watson Baird, 54 Rossie Street. Meets first Wednesday of each 
month in Central Dining-Rooms at 7.30. 



94 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WHITE HART HIRING 

AND 

Garage Company Ltd., Arbroath. 



Furnished with the Latest Models of TAXI LANDAULETTES 

and TOURING CARS. Can be Hired by the Mile, 

Half- Da)', Day, Week, or Longer Periods. 





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Traps. Carriages for Marriages, Pleasure Drives, and 
Picnic Parties arranged for, and have Special Attention. 



Funeral Plant a Spccialiip. 

Hearses and Funeral Cars and Mourning Coaches of the 
Most Modern Type. 

CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. 



All Orders have Personal Attention from 

D. FINDLAY, Manager 



TELEPHONE No. XIX 



ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 95 

INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS. 

Eastern Forfarshire District Lodge (No 2S) — D.C.T. — Charles S. Anderson, 37 
Ernest Street. D. S.J. W— Elizabeth A. M'Nab, Benholme, Elliot Street. D. 
Secretary — Murdoch J. Mackay, 4 Lochlands Street. D. Treasurer — James M. 
B. Michie, r3 Church Street. D.D. — Robert A. Taylor, 56 Howard Street. 
Membership — Adults, 507; juveniles, 897. This lodge has control over all the 
lodges in the district and meets on third Saturday of February, May, August, 
and November. 

Inchcape Lodge (No. 619) meets in Good Templar Hall on Monday evenings at 8.15 
o'clock. D.G.C.T.— A. Forsyth, 21 Culloden Road. C.T.— George Keith, 7 Ann 
Street. Secretary — Douglas R. C. Anderson, 1425 High Street. Membership — 109. 

Abbey Lodge (No. 550) meets in Good Templar Hall on Tuesday evenings at 8.15. 
D.G.C.T.— John A. Ritchie, 27 Cairnie Street. C.T.— David D. Calder, Wood- 
lea, Elliot Street. Secretary — James F. Cuthill, n Ann Street. Membership — 
81. 

Fair-port Lodge (No. 523) meets in Good Templar Hall on Wednesday evenings at 
8. D.G.C.T. — Andrew Marnie, n Convent Street. C.T. — Chas. S. Anderson, 37 
Ernest Street. Secretary — Murdoch J. Mackay, 4 Lochland Street. Member- 
ship — 79. 

St Thomas Lodge (No 422) meets in Good Templar Hall, on Thursday evenings at 
8.15. D.G.C.T.— Robert A. Taylor, 56 Howard Street. C.T.— John Christie, 
Demondale. Secretary — Janet Glenday, 23 Hays Lane. Membership — 180. 

Happy Home Juvenile Lodge (No. 275) meets in Good Templar Hall on Thursday 
evenings at 7 o'clock. Superintendent — Hector Glenday, 23 Hayslane. Member- 
ship— 434- 

Star of Hope Juvenile Lodge (No. 45) meets in Good Templar Hall on Monday 
evenings, at 7 o'clock. Superintendent — Charles S. Anderson, Cairnie Street. 
Membership— 295. 

Excelsior Juvenile Lodge (No. 778) meets in Good Templar Hall, on Tuesday even- 
ings at 7 o'clock. Superintendent — Elizabeth A. M'Nab, Benholm, Elliot St. 
Membership — 44. 

Seaman's Rest (No. 753) meets in Coast Mission Hall, Friday evenings at 8.15. 
D.G.C.T.— James Cargill, 20 Ladybridge Street. C.T.— David Swankie, jun., 
11 High Street. Secretary — David Cargill, 20 Ladybridge Street. 

BRITISH WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION— Arbroath Branch 

President — Miss Scott, 6 Colvill Place. Vice-president — Mrs Brodie. Secretary — 

Miss Malcolm, 35 Carnegie Street. Treasurer — Miss Maclure. Financial 

Secretary — Miss Hogg. Meeting last Saturday of every month, October to 

April, in Y.W.C.A. Hall, at 6.30. 

ARBROATH WHIST CLUB— Established 1302. 
President — Rev. J. Spence Cuthill. Secretary— Rev. D. F. Liddle. 

ARBROATH JUNIOR WHIST CLUB- Established 1891. 
President — Dr A. D. Yule. Secretary — J. C Dewar. Treasurer — W. Chapel. 
Members of Committee — G. W. L. Sturrock, and R. H. Corstorphine. Meets in 
New Club, Thursday, October to March (inclusive). 

Y.M.C.A. GYMNASTIC CLUB— Y.M.C.A. Buildings, Hijrh Street. 
President — J. S. Nicoll. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — W. A. Fairlie, 3 Elgin 
Place. Committee— W. Dundas, W. Dougall, - D. R. Hunter, W. Hunter, R. 
Mangan, T. Rees, D. Smart, and W. Crook. Hon. Instructor — William Dougall, 
181 High Street. Class Nights — Gymnastic Class, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 
8 ; Ladies' " Physical Culture " Class, Wednesdays at 7.30. 

ARBROATH MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB. 

Affiliated to S.M.R.C. and Dundee and Forfarshire Association and County 
Association. 

President— John Lamb, 78 High Stre'et. Vice-President— J. B. Smith, 120 High 
Street. Secretary and Treasurer — George Crockatt, 20 Hill Place. Match 
Secretary — J. Eddie, 105 High Street. Local League Secretary — D. Carnegie, 33 
Rossie Street. Caretaker — John Gordon, 6 St Vigeans Road. Range — Arrott 
Street. Open — Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 7 to 9.45 p.m., 
and Saturdays from 2.30 p.m. till 5 p.m., and 7 to 9.45 p.m. 

Ladies' Section — On Wednesday, from 2.30 to 5 p.m., and Friday, from 8 to 9.45 p.m. 



96 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Telephone No. 78 

WIIiMAB BRAflD & SOU, 

SLATERS, 
Slate and Cement Merchants, 

30 DISHLAND STREET 

ARBROATH. 



Estimates Given for Granolithic Paving. 

Chimney Heads Repaired and Pointed. 



All Repairs Punctually Attended to. 



fames 3Cydd & Sons, 

Joiners, Builders, Contractors, and 
General Wood Turners, 

6 EAST MARY STREET, ARBROATH. 



Every Description of Work Carefully and Promptly Attended 
to by Experienced Workmen, at Moderate Charges. 

ESTIMATES GIVEN. 



FUNERAL UNDERTAKING 



Every Requisite Kept. Day and Night Attendance. 



House : 59 DISHLAND STREET. 



ARBROATH RIFLE CLUBS, &c. 97 

FORFAR COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF MINIATURE RIFLE CLUBS 

President — J. A. Duthie, Montrose. Vice-Presidents — J. S. Dow, Kirriemuir; John 
Lamb, Arbroath ; J . N. Graham, Forfar. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — H. G. 
Bisset, 59 Mill Street, Montrose. 

5 th B.W. RIFLE ASSOCIATION. 
President — Lieut.-Colonel Scrymgeour Wedderburn. Vice-President — Major Lord 
Glamis. Executive Committee — President, Captain H. Blair Imrie; members, 
Captain J. A. Wilson and Lieut T. Lyell. 

TERRITORIAL FORCE. 

On Active Service at time of going to Press. 

TERRITORIAL FORCE ASSCCIATiU* FOR FORFARSHIRE. 

President — The Kight Hon. the Karl of Strathmore and Kinghorne. Chairman — 
Cape. i_oiin >_r. i\ei=n. Vice-unairman — Unas. Lyell, M.P. becy. — Capt. R. A. 
Smith, Kirriemuir. Committee — W. biiaw Adamson, major D. A. 
M'Corquodale, Carnoustie; J. White; Provost Thomson, Arbroath; Provost Mof- 
fat, Forfar; exProvost Foreman, Montrose; Lieut.-Col. D. Laing, Arbroarh; Col. 

A. D. Dick, Pitkerro; Major W. G. Campbell; Lieut. Col. H. bcrymgeour Wed- 
derburn; Colonel A. AlacHardy, V.D., Forfar; Major W. F. Mackintosh, V.D., 
Dundee; Major Spence, V.D. ; Major A. White, V.D., Glamis; the Kight Hon. 
The Karl ot Dalhousie; D. Wilkie, Kirriemuir; A. D. Lowson; Lieutenant- 
Col. K. H. Adamson; Major J. P. Anderson, Forfar; Captain T. M. Guthrie, 
Brechin; Captain J. D. Duncan, Arbroath; Major J. F. Dickson, Arbroath; 
Lieut. A. K. Gibb, Arbroath; Major Lord Glamis, Glamis; Major R. W. Low. 

BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY— Arbroath Branch. 
Hon. Secretary — Captain R. Smith, Kirriemuir. President for Arbroath District — 
Provost Rutherford Thomson. Vice-Presidents — Mrs Lindsay Carnegie, and 
Mrs Rutherford Thomson. Local Secretary for Arbroath — R. S. Black, 7 Hill 
Street. Arbroath District includes Arbroath and St Vigeans, Arbirlot, Car- 
myllie, Inverkeilor and Lunan. 

FIRST ARBROATH TROOP OF BOY SCOUTS (2nd Forfarshire)— 

Arbroath Branch— Instituted 1908. 

Parishes of Inverkeilor, Kirkden, Guthrie, St Vigeans, Arbroath, Arbirlot, Car- 
myllie, and Kinnell. District Commissioner — Colonel Laing, Maule Street" 
Arbroath. Local Association President — A. R. Duncan, Esq., of Parkhill. 
Vice-President — Hon. F. J. Bruce, of Seaton. Secretary — Mr F. W. Moon, 25 
Market Place, Arbroath. Scoutmaster — R. F. Hood, Keptie House. Assistant 
Scoutmasters — G. D. G. Stuart, 19 Dalhousie Place, and A. Foulis, Lochland 
Street. Headquarters — Ogilvy Place. 

BOY SCOUTS — Forfarshire Association. 

County Commissioner — Colonel W. S. Steuart Fothringham of Fothringham. 
President — Lord Strathmore. Vice-Presidents — Captain Stansfeld, Montrose; 
Colonel Gardyne, Finavon ; the Earl of Northesk, Ethie Castle ; the Earl of 
Dalhousie, Brechin Castle. Commissioner for the Arbroath District — Colonel 
Laing. 

BOYS' BRIGADE. 

Hon. President — James S. Nicoll, Esq. Captain — Donald L. Manson ; Lieutenants — 
Adam Bryce, Percy King, Alex. Young, Frank Middleton, John Livingstone, 
Thomas K. Dundas. Joint Chaplains — Rev. James Cameron and Rev. J. 
Spence Cuthill, B.D. Secretary and Treasurer — Thomas K. Dundas, 1 Kinnaird 
Street. Pipe Band Instructor— Alexander Milne. Bugle Band Instructor — 

B. Parker. Colour-Sergeant — W. Davidson. Ambulance Instructor — Lieutenant 
King. Industrial Class Instructor — Lieutenant Livingstone. Headquarters — 
Y.M.C.A. Hall. 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 




Strachan & Farquhar, 

ITCoumsng Specialists and furriers. 



— *+^ — 
DRESS & COSTUME MAfflG DEPARTJVIEJlT 

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. 

We have secured the services of Miss PETERS, 

who has had Large Experience in First-Class 

Establishments. 



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and Iftaternitp Gowns 

A Special Feature, at Very Moderate Prices. 



FRENCH & ENGLISH MILLINERY 

Always in Stock, and as we receive a Delivery 
of New Models from London every Month we 
are always Up-to-Date in the Latest Fashions. 



Furs Altered, Cleaned, and Made Up into 
New Styles 

AT 

STRACHAN & FARQUHAR'S, 

177 and 179 High Street. 



ARBROATH RECREATION CLUBS, &c. 99 

Outdoor Pastimes 



ARBROATH GOLF CLUB 



Patron — Hon. F. J. Bruce of Seatoa. Captain — James Campbell. Secretary and 

Treasurer — William Chapel, solicitor. Representatives to Course Committee 
— Dr Gilruth, J. N. Bennet, and A. M'Callum. Annual meeting in October. 
Club-house Telephone, No. 60. ladies' Section. — Office-Bearers — Committee — 
Mrs A. C. Anderson, Mrs Parsons, Mrs M'Callum, Miss Mackay, Miss Camp- 
bell, Miss Duncan, Miss Aitken, and Miss Crichton. Hon. Joint Secretaries — 
Miss Aitken and Miss B. Hunter. Handicap Committee— Miss Mackay, Miss 
Ellis, Miss Aitken, Miss Crichton, Mrs Anderson, Mrs Parsons (convener). 

ARBROATH ARTISAN GOLF CLUB. 

Captain — David R. Hunter. Vice-Captain — George Morrison. Hon. Secretary — 
Arthur F. Roberts, 9 Carnegie Street. Hon. Treasurer — Samuel B. Colville, 31£- 
Cairnie Street. Membership — 220. Representative on Golf Course Management 
Committee— S. B. Colville. 

ARBROATH LAWN TENNIS CLUB. 

President — Dr Laing. Vice-President — W. H. Alexander. Secretary — Ernest F. 
Cobb, Town Chamberlain. ; : - urer — A. R. Gibb, solicitor. Committee — Office- 
Bearers, and Misses Aitken, _ .ie, and Wilson, and T. J. Meikle and S. C. 
Wilson. 

ARBROATH BOWLING CLUB. 

Patron — W. K. Macdonald. President — James Tough. Vice-President — J. B. 
Frazer. Secretary — James L. Mason, Nolt Loan Road. Treasurer — David 
Littlejohn, solicitor, Commerce Street. Annual meeting in March. Green 
open from May to October. 

NEWGATE BOWLING CLUB. 

Patron — Robert Mollison. President — A. C. Young. Vice-President — Captain 
Edward. Secretary and Treasurer — Rollo S. Black, 7 Hill Street. Green- 
keeper — Donald M'Pherson. Annual Meeting — Third Thursdaj' in March, 
1914 Record — Won 18, lost 4. 

ABBEY PUBLIC BOWLING GREEN. 

Patron — Ex-Provost Grant. President — W. Marshall. Vice-President — H. Robert- 
son. Treasurer — Andrew Leuchars. Secretary — Jas. P. Reid, 1 Dorward Place. 
Committee — W. Harrick, W. Leuchars, and D. Stephen. Delegate — James P. 
Reid. Green-keeper — John Sturrock. Annual meeting in September. Green 
open from Spring Holiday till last Saturday of October. 1913 Record — Won 11, 
lost 6, drawn 1. 

ABBEY HALF-HOLIDAY BOWLING CLUB. 

Patron.- — Councillor G. Stewart. President — G. Myles. Vice-President — David 
Pirie. Secretary and Treasurer — J. P. Gibb, 284 High Street. Committee— 
D. Anderson, A. Mudie, J. Beattie, G. Kerr. 

LOCHLANDS PUBLIC BOWLING GREEN. 
Patron — F. F. Macdonald. President — A. D. Williamson. Vice-President — 

A. Smith. Secretary and Treasurer — A. D. Williamson, 59 Kinnaird Street. 
Committee — J. Milne, W. Duncan, G. Patterson, L. Deans, W. Matthew. 
Green-Keeper — David Rennie. Annual meeting in March. Green open 
from Spring Holiday till last Saturday of October. 

LOCHLANDS HALF-HOLIDAY BOWLING CLUB. 

President — Wm. Duncan. Vice-President — Win. Penny. Secretary and Treasurer — 
John Ferguson, 55 Kinnaird Street. 



100 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 




ANDREW FIFE, 

guilder and Contractor, 



Yard, 
House, 



ARBROATH. 

♦ 

Reform Street 
- 29 Lindsay Street 



All kinds of Jobbing Work Carefully Done. 

Estimates Given. 

Orders for Town and Country Promptly 

Attended to. 



D. Y. WALKER, Butcher 

Corner of Millgate Loan and West Grimsby, 

ARBROATH. 



Prime Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c. Every Joint we Sell is 
Very Tasty and Appetising. Try them. 

Our Sausages at 9d per Lb. are Delicious and Far-Famed. 
Won many Golden Opinions. 



Roast Beef and Braised Beef. Rinded Fat, 3 Lbs. for 1/2. 
Poultry and Fresh Country Eggs. 



ARBROATH RECREATION CLUBS, &c. 101 



FORFARSHIRE BOWLING ASSOCIATION. 

Hon. Presidents — James Falconer, M.P.; Provost Ogilvy, Kirriemuir: J. D. Ford, 
Broughty Ferry; D. Dawson, Dudhope ; G. Sherriffs, Arbroath; and Provost 
Moffat, Forfar. President — A. B. Crichton (Maryfield). Vice-President — D. 
Ramsay (Carnoustie). Secretary — J. L. Rea (Maryfield), 9 Meadow Place 
Buildings, Dundee. Committee — Representatives from : Forfar, Newtyle, Hope 
Paton, Brechin Public, Arbroath, Lochlands, Balgaj', Baxter Park Public. 

ARBROATH CURLING CLUB. 
Patron — John Wilson, Rotomahana. President— Samuel Renny. Secretary — George 
Harris. Treasurer — David Greig. Annual meeting in October. 

ARBROATH ANGLING CLUB. 
Patrons — Lord Dalhousie, Brechin Castle; Captain Hugh Blair- 

Imrie of Lunan ; A. M'Callum Webster, Guthrie Castle. Hon. Presidents — A. 
D. Lowson, J. R. W. Clark, William Chapel, D. M. Small, Bailie Robertson, 
and James Ferris. President — D. T. Wilson. Vice-President — Stephen C. 
Millar. Treasurer — James Black. Secretary— William Stewart, tobacconist. 
Weigher and Captain of Waters — James Patterson. Committee — A._ Carr, 
James Ruxton, James Tough, William Forbes, J. Morrison, A. Christie, and 
D. Couper. Auditor— William Chapel. Annual general meeting, last Monday 
of February, in Meeting Rooms, Millgate. 

ST THOMAS AMATEUR ROCKFISHERS CLUB. 

Patrons— Walter R. Batchelor, C. Y. Myles, and John N. Smyth. President— David 
M'Gregor. Viee-Presiflotit— W. Stormont. Oommittpp— Jnmes Nicoll, Angus Webster, 
George Anderson, Claude Ruxton, R. Watt, John Hall, and George Ritchie. 
Weighers— Robert Watt and Wm. Stormont. General meeting second Tuesday 
in March. 

ST THOMAS SWIMMING CLUB AND HUMANE SOCIETY. 
Affiliated to S.A.S.A. and Royal L.S.S. Headquarters — Harbour. 

Hon. President — Provost G. Rutherford Thomson. President — J. T. Roessler. Vice- 
President — A. Patterson. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — John P. M'Farlane, 
31 Glover Street. Membership Fee (including key), 2s 6d ; juveniles, is 6d. 
Membership — no. Annual meeting in February. Practices — Wednesday even- 
ings at 7 o'clock from last Wednesday in May to first Wednesday in September. 
Life-Saving Competition in August. 

HEALTH CONGRESS. 

Hon. Presidents — The Hon. F. J. Bruce of Seaton ; Harry Corsar. President — 
Alex. Smith. Vice-Presidents — James Anderson and D. Drury. Secretary 
and Treasurer — A. Beatt, 40 Elliot Street. Recorder — C. Milne. Instructor— 
D. Drury. Rescue— E. Bell. Auditor— W. H. Geddes.' Headquarters— The 
Steeple Rock. Membership Fee — Is. Annual Meeting in October. 

F AIRPORT AQUATIC LEAGUE. 
President — D. Aitken. Secretary and Treasurer — A. B. Liddle, 181 High Street. 
Captain — D. Hutton. 

ARBROATH UNITED CRICKET CLUB-Ground, Lochlands Park. 

Patrons— W. K. Macdonald of Windmill, A. R. Duncan of Parkhill, Colin Grant 
of Woodside, and Sir Francis Webster. President — Robert Irvine. Vice- 
Presidents — David Drury, Rev. J. S. Cuthill, Richard David. Secretary — Wm. 
Mann, jun., Dishland Street. Treasurer — John G. Thyne. Capt. — M. R. Dickson. 
Vice-Captain — R. W. Sievwright. Committee — Office-bearers and F. F. Mac- 
donald, H. G. Seaton, James Hood, E. W. R. Myles, R. Shaw, D. Littlejohn, 
and G. C. M'Leod. Captain znd XI. — D. J. A. Neish. Captain Lochlands XI. — 
J. C. Hansen. Auditors — C. B. Stewart and G. C. M'Leod. Professional — 
Joseph Hulme. 



JM 



a*" / A 



102 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Established X859 



JAMES SIMPSON, 

Successor to ALEX. SCOTT, 

Joiner, House Carpenter, 
Building Contractor, 

ST MARY STREET, ARBROATH. 

UNDERTAKING. 



This Department Receives Careful Attention. 



House Address: SALISBURY PLACE. 



High-Class Workmanship. 



Mill and Factory Furnishings. 



Jobbing Promptly Attended to. 



Telephone No. 152 



ARBROATH RECREATION CLUBS, &c. 103 



ARBROATH FOOTBALL CLUB-lnstituted 1878. 
Patrons— W. K. Macdonald, R. C. Kinloch, Rev. J. S. Cuthill, Stephen C. Miller, 
David Moncur, and W. T. M'Culloch. Hon. Presidents — John Robinson, James 
Calder (Ferryden), S. Colville, J. Beveridge, D. R. Macdonald, W. W. Smith, 
G. Davidson, R. David, and J. Davidson. President — Peter Barclay. Vice- 
President — A. Hannah. Match Secretary — R. M'Glashan, 20 Hannah Street. 
Business Secretary — G. Johnston. Treasurer — A. Herron, 92 Helen Street. 
Members of Committee — A. Munro, A. Anderson, J. Nicol, and J. Weir. 
Ground — Gayfield Park. 

FORFARSHIRE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION— Instituted 1883. 

Hon. President — Earl of Dalhousie. Hon. Vice-Presidents — A. Stewart, Brechin; 
Dr Duncan, Arbroath; ex-Bailie Lamb, Forfar; and J. B. Alexander, Montrose. 
President — R. David (Arbroath Amateurs). Vice-President — D. Purvis (Mon- 
trose). Hon. Treasurer — J. Jamieson (Forfar Athletic). Hon. Secretary — Geo. 
Cumming, Panmure Street, Brechin. Committee — W. M'Intosh, Dundee; T. 
Dunn, Hibernians; G. Johnston, Arbroath. Auditors — D. M'Intosh and A. 
Williamson. 

CENTRAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE. 

Hon. President — J. J. Calder, Alloa. President — William Nicol, Arbroath" 
Secretary and Treasurer — R. Burnett (Bo'ness). Representative of Arbroath 
Club — Robert M'Glashan. Meetings held in Edinburgh. 

NORTHERN LEAGUE. 

President — James Philip, Aberdeen. Secretary and Treasurer — James Black, 1 
Canmore Street, Forfar. Affiliated Clubs — Arbroath, Arbroath Amateurs, Dun- 
dee A, Aberdeen A, Montrose, Forfar, Brechin, Dundee Hibs, and Crieff 
Morrisonians. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT JUNIOR FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. 
President — J. Calder, Ardenlea. Vice-President — A. Peacock, Forfar. Secy. — D. 
Milne (Victoria), 30 Green Street, Arbroath. Treasurer — A. Nicoll (Brechin 
Hearts). Auditors — J Craig (Parkhead) and J. Smith (Victoria). Affiliated 
Clubs — Parkhead, Violet, Ardenlea, and Victoria (Arbroath) ; Hearts (Brechin) ; 

East End, Celtic, West End, North End (Forfar). 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT JUNIOR LEAGUE— MELVIN CUP. 

Secretary — J. H. Craig, 9 Rossie Street. Affiliated Clubs — Parkhead, Violet, Arden- 
lea, and Victoria. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT JUVENILE CUP ASSOCIATION. 
President — D. Whitton. Vice-President — D. Milne. Secretary — D. H. Hagan, 15 
Cross Mill Wynd. Treasurer— W. Ogilvie. Affiliated Clubs— High School, 
Victoria A, Belmont, Hearts A (Arbroath); Tayside (Broughty Ferry); North 
End A and Celtic A (Forfar). 

NEWGATE CHALLENGE CUP FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. 
Patron — A. Smith, Newgate Inn. President — D. Milne (Victoria). Vice-President — 
D. Whitton (Violet). Secretary and Treasurer — D. Robertson, 26 Helen Street. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT 2ND CLASS JUNIOR CUP TIE 

ASSOCIATION. 
President— D. Bogue (Hearts). Vice-President — D. Whitton (Woodside). Secretary 
and Treasurer— Robert Stewart, jun., 29 John Street. Affiliated Clubs— Crown, 
Victoria, and North End (Brechin); Hearts, Thistle, Woodside, and High 
School F.P.'s (Arbroath); Friockheim Our Boys. 

ST THOMAS WEDNESDAY F.C. 

President — R. Glass. Vice-President — D. Christie. Secretary and Treasurer — G. 
Craig, 24 Barngreen. Capain— D. Denholm. Vice-Captain — A. M. Lisk. Com- 
mittee — Messrs D. Paton and J. Jamieson. 

FOOTBALL CLUB SECRETARIES. 
[st Class Juniors. — Parkhead — J. Craig, 9 Rossie Street; Violet — D. Whitton, 19 
Hays Lane; Ardenlea— W. Herron, St Vigeans Road; Victoria— J. Smith Ann' St. 



104 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Calder Brothers 

Builders and Monumental Masons, 
84 KEPTIE STREET, ARBROATH. 



Monuments and Headstones in Granite, Marble, and 
Freestone. 

Memorial Brasses, Tablets, &c. 

Tomb Railing's in Wrought or Cast=Iron. 



^Designs and 'Prices sent on Application. 

* Inscriptions Cut in Town or Country. 



Jobbing of every Description. All Orders Promptly Attended to. 

Estimates Given for all Kinds of Work. 
Telephone 42. D. R. CALDER, Licensed Valuator. 



Albert Buick, 

Waste and China Merchant, 

11 NORTH GRIMSBY, ARBROATH. 



All Sorts of Old Brass, Copper, Metal, Ropes, Sails, 
Rags, &c, Bought. — Highest Prices Given. 



On Receipt of Post Card we will call and Quote Terms. 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 105 



TELEPHONE No. 82 



James Jack, 

Pharmaceutical Chemist, 

lltemtfartarer nf |Uraletr llferd Winkxs f 
HIGH STREET, ARBI20ATH, 

Invites the attention of the Public to his 

Aerated l»ineralUlaters 



In the Production of which only the Purest and 
Best Materials are Employed. 



The Various Beverages are of the Highest Quality, 
and are Supplied at Moderate Prices. 

All Water Used is Carefully Filtered and Guaranteed 
Perfectly Pure. 



To be had of all Licensed Dealers &. Grocers. 



ORDERS LEFT AT 

102 HIGH STREET, 

PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



108 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEORGE REID, f.saa 

Incorporated Accountant and J| 

Insurance Agent, t~ 

iROYAL BANK, ARBROATH. 

BUSINESS: 

%ifc Hssurance, jfire Hssurance* 
Hnnuittes. 

Personal Accident, Driving Accidents, Burglary, Workmen's Com=J| 

pensation (including Shop Assistants and Domestic Servants),} { 

Sickness, Fidelity Guarantee, Loss of Profits, Motor Car, Motor 

Cycle, Live Stock, Anthrax, &c. 



COMPANIES : 

NORTHERN ASSURANCE. LIFE ASSOCIATION. 

LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIRE. 
SCOTTISH TEMPERANCE. YORKSHIRE ASSURANCE. 
LONDON, LIVERPOOL, AND GLOBE. 

HORSE, CARRIAGE, AND GENERAL. 

VULCAN BOILER AND GENERAL. 

GENERAL ACCIDENT. 

CAR AND GENERAL CORPORATION. 

THE EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ASSURANCE 

CORPORATION. 

NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. 

And other Standard Companies. 



Proposals Adjusted and Arranged under Most Favourable Terms on 
Application to 

George Reid, Royal Bank, Arbroath. 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



107 



THE 



NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY 

LIMITED. 

ESTABLISHED 1836. 



Accumulated Funds, - £8,253,000 



FIRE. 

Burglary. 

Fidelity 
Guarantee. 

Plate Glass. 
Third Party. 
Drivers' 

Risks. 

Property 
Owners' 
Indemnity. 

Lift 
Accidents. 

Transit Risks. 




Annuities. 

^Personal 

Accident. 
Sickness and 
Accident. 

Workmen's 
Compensation 

Domestic 
Servants. 

Motor Cars. 

Private 
Motor Cycles. 

Live Stock. 



Combined "Household" Insurances: 

FIRE. BURGLARY. ACCIDENTS TO SERVANTS. 



District Offices : Northern Assurance Buildings, 

110 COMMERCIAL STREET, DUNDEE. 

Directors at Dundee : 
JAS. W. BARTY, Esq., LL.D. | C. C. DUNCAN, Esq. 

J. ERNEST COX, Esq. | JOHN 51. HENDRY, Esq. 

Secretary— WILLIAM PRINGLE. 

Prospectuses and Proposal Forms may be had on Application 
from any of the Company's Agents 



108 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 




Queen s Jable 
Straw bejTy^fam 



Fit for the Queen's Table 



The Most Popular Preserve in Scotland. 

w Sale Increased Threefold. 



EVERY JAR IS LABELLED " QUEEN'S TABLE." 

One of the Commanders of His Majesty's Navy Says : — 
I have never seen finer Jam than this in any part of the world.' 



"Marguerite" in the Evening Telegraph says: — 
Equal to the Finest Preserve which the most careful Housewife 
could turn out." 



"Marie" in the Courier says: — 
"jThis Jam shows the Art of Fruit-Preserving in Perfection." 

MANUFACTURED ONLY BY 

DUNDEE AND ARBROATH 

Preserve Manufacturing Coy., Ltd., 

ARBROATH. 



To be had from all Provision Dealers. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



109 



Parliamentary List of Voters. 



First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Adam, David, compositor, 75 Ladyloan 
Adam, James, ir'pntumer, 13 Ann-st 
Adam, James, compositor, 65 Ladyloan 
Adam, Win., labourer, 1 Murray-pi 
Adam, William, beamer, 14 Marketgate 
Adams, Alex., millworkor, 86 Ladybridge-st 
Aitken, David, printer, 31 Hannah-st 
Alexander, C, bleacher, 26 Glover-st 
Alexander, David, coachman, Maule-st 
Alexander, David, labourer, 21 Millgate-loan 
Alexander, James, dentist, 169 High-st 
Alexander, James, labourer, 71 Ladyloan 
Alexander, Peter, chauffeur, 9 East Mary-st 
Alexander, Robt., hairdresser, 36 Millgate-ln 
Alexander, T. il., factoryworker, 2S Bank-st 
Alexander, William, milhvorker, 45 Ladyloan 
Alexander, Wm. H., solicitor, 60 High-st 
Allardice, John, blacksmith, 13 John-st 
Anckorn, Wm. J., photographer, 29 West-port 
Anderson, Alex. David, solicitor, Fernlea 
Anderson, Arch. Craig, solicitor, West Seaton 
Anderson, David, seaman. 41 John-st 
Anderson, James, mechanic, 13 Kyd-st 
Anderson, Jas., foreman, 5b Panrnure-st 
Anderson, James, labourer, 21 Hill-place 
Anderson, James, foundryworker, 18 Maule-st 
Anderson, Jas. P., mason, 28 Kyd-st 
Anderson, Norman B., manufacturer, Warslap 
Anderson, Wm., carter, 10 JIaule-st 
Anderson, Wm., manufacturer, Carnoustie 
Anderson, Wm. D., machineman, 6 Wallace-st 
Annat, Robert, labourer, 6 Union-st E 
Arnott, James, residenter, 25 Ladybridge-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Adam, Alex. , labourer, 5 Russell-st 
Adam, David, lapper, 45 Loohlands-drive 
Adam, George, labourer, 38 Helen-st 
Adam, Robert, lapper, 17 Jainiesou-st 
Adam, William, residenter, 9 Anderson-st 
Adams, F. W., boots, 8 Fergus sq 
Adams, James, labourer, IS Gowan-st 
Adamson, Alex. K., clothitr, Arbirloc-rd 
Addison, James, joiner, 4-6 Helen-st 
Addison, John, fiaxdresser, 35 Fergus-st 
Aitchison, Geo., draper, 2 Elliot-pl 
Aitken, Jas. R., engineer, 30 Elliot-st 
Aitken, John W., residenter, 16 Addison-pl 
Aitken, Thomas, coal merchant, 30 Hillend-rd 
Aitkenhead, Jos., jun., manager. 14 Gowan-st 
Alder, Thos., town's officer, 29 Duke-st 
Alexander, Chas., shoemaker, 39A St Mary-st 
Alexander, Henry, hammerman, 7 Russell-st 
Alexander, John, draper, 79 Keptie-st 
Alexander, John, draper, u Garden-st 
Alexander, J., cycle-mech., 45 Lochlands-dr 
Alexander, Wm., residenter, Salisbury-pl 
Alexander, Wm., enginedriver, 40 Green-st 
Allan, Alexander, residenter, 28 Fergus-sq 
Allan, Jas., moulder, 1 Elliot-st 
Allardice, John, mechanic, 76 Keptie-st 
Allardice, Jonathan, labourer, Lochlands 
Anderson, Alex., signalman, 31 Elliot-st 
Anderson, Alex., mason, 24 Helen-st 
Anderson, C. C, ironmoulder, 13 George-st 



Anderson, David, mason, 23 Jamieson-st 
Anderson, David, clothier, 3i Kepiie-st 
Anderson, David E., grocer, 44 Cairnie-st 
Anderson, George, cabinetmaker, 35 Elliot- st 
Anderson, Geo. D., engineer, 4 Queen-st 
Anderson, Hugh, mechanic, 16 W. Keptie-st 
Anderson, Jas., watchman, 7 Jamieson-st 
Anderson, Jas., flax-merchant, 6 Hillend-rd 
Anderson, J, watchmaker, 16 Rosemount-rd 
Anderson, R., grocer, 16 Nolt Loan-rd 
Anderson, '!'., com. traveller, 30 Dalhousie-pl 
Anderson, Thos., bleacher, 51 St Mary-st 
Anderson, Wm., mason, 31 Green-st 
Anderson, Wm., bleacher, 49 Rossie-st 
Anderson, Wm B., shipmaster, 8 Rossie-st 
Archer, Alex., sculptor, 6S Lochland-st 
Arm it, R. S., residenter, Viewfield rd 
Armstrong, Jas. B., fiaxdresser, 70 Keptie-st 
Asquith, Wm., residenter,, 14 Bridge-st 
Auchterlonie, Jas. N., labourer, 5 Green-st 
A.\ ton, David jun., engineer, 16 Russell-st 
Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 
Adam, James, vintner, 2 Bakers-wynd 
Adamson, Thos., music teacher, Towerbank 
Ad.lison, David, gardener, 32 Ernest-st 
Airth, George, labourer, 21 W Mill-wd 
Alexander, H. F., insur.-agt., 29 Culloden-rd 
Alexander, James, engineer, 27 Uarnegie-st 
Alexander, John, labourer, 57 Barngreen 
Alexander, Robert, uuchineman, Uay's-lane 
Allan, David, baker, 5 Culloden-rd 
Allan, David, fiaxdresser, 8 Howard-st 
Anderson, Alex., clerk, 36 Sidney-st 
Anderson, Alex., shoemaker, 21 .Sidney-st 
Anderson, Chas., plumber, 44 Kinnaird-st 
Anderson, C. S., shoemaker, 37 Ernest-st 
Anderson, David, labourer, 7 ftuthrie-hill 
Anderson, D., residenter, 16 Abbey-st 
Anderson, D., bleacher, 32 Leonard-st 
Anderson, D. H., painter, 55 Guthrie-porf 
Anderson, G. G., storekeeper, 25 W Abbey-st 
Anderson, G. H., labourer, 10 Ponderlaw-lane 
Anderson, James, bleacher, 11 St Vigeans-rd 
Anderson, James, labourer, 9 Convent-st 
Anderson, Jas., cabinetmaker, 23 Hamilton-gn 
Anderson, James, residenter, 12 Bakers-wd 
Anderson, J.T., jeweller, Maryville, Keptie-rd 
Anderson, Jas. T., mechanic. 27 Abbot-st 
Anderson, J. N., engineer, 11 Ponderlaw-st 
Anderson, J., vanman, 17 St Vigeaus-rd 
Anderson, J , insurance-agt., 48 E Abbey-st 
Anderson, Norman, caretaker, 47 W Abbey-st 
Anderson, Peter, mason, 29 E Abbey-st 
Anderson, Robert, mechanic, 33 Culloden-rd 
Anderson, Robert, mechanic, 47 Culloden-rd 
Anderson, Rev. Thos. S., 1 Springfield-ter 
Anderson, Wm., printer, 51 Sidney-st 
Anderson, Wm., mason, 11 St Vigeans-rd 
Anderson, Wm., machinist, 39 Kinnaird-st 
Anderson, Wm., chauffeur, 3 Bakers-wynd 
Arbuthnott, David, moulder, 21 Cairnie-st 
Armstrong, T., machineman, 56 St Vigeans-rd 
Arthur, Alex., labourer, 20 St Vigeans-rd 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Baillie, Edward, machinist, 19 Hill-st 



110 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS, 

UPHOLSTERERS, 

FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS. 



TELEPHONE X06 



. Gr war $ Sou, 





*ms~^ 



MAKERS OF 

Hair, Wool, Fibre and Spring 1 
Mattresses, 

Venetian, Duchesse, Linen and 
other Blinds. 



©G>©G> 



Only First Class Materials and 

Workmanship Employed. 



©@©G> 



ESTIMATES GIVEN. 



Corner GraVcsmd k panmure Street 

ARBROATH. 



CARPET AND LINOLEUM FACTORS, 

FURNITURE REMOVERS AND 

STORERS. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



Ill 



Baird, Alfred, slater, 14 Church-st 
Baird, G. C, hairdresser, 4S High-st 
Baird, James, engineer, 17 High-st 
Bairner, Alex., pastry-baker, 41 Hill-st 
Balfour, Geo., tailor, 36 Ann-st 
Barnett, D. D., spirit dealer, 3 Millgate-loan 
Barry, A. G. , cattle-salesman, 26 Hannah-st 
Beats, Alexander, labourer, 39 Ladyloan 
Beats, Wm., fireman, 35 W Grimsby 
Beattie, Alex., fisherman, 10 Marketgate 
Beattie, Alexander, residenter, 15 Union-st E 
Beattie, Alexander, fisherman, 1 South-st 
Beattie, David, fisherman, 17 Ladybridge-st 
Beattie, David, fisherman, 7 Old Shore head 
Beattie, David B., baker, 1 Church-st 
Beattie, James, mill-overseer, 17 N Grimsby 
Beattie, James, fisherman, 9 W Newgate 
Beattie, J., sen., fisherman, 12 Ladybridge-st 
Beattie, John, vanman, 8 Bank-st 
Beattie, John T. D., vintner, 2 Walker-pl 
Beattie, Peter, fisherman, 5 South-st 
Beattie, Robert, fisherman, 4 Seagate 
Beattie, Robert, fisherman, 9 High-st 
Beattie, Tlios., fisherman, 17 Union-st E 
Beattie, Thomas, fisherman, 5 High-st 
Beattie, Wm., shoemaker, 1C West Newgate 
Beattie, Win., baker, 19 John-st 
Beaton, Chas. , mason, 40 Ladyloan 
Beedie, Alex., fish-curer, 23 High-st 
Beedie, George, residenter, 3 Lordburn 
Begg, Jas., factory-worker, 8 W Mary-st 
Bennett, P. W. M., chemist, 234 High-st 
Benson, Wm., fish-merchant, 25 Dickfield-st 
Black, Wm. S., currier, 14 Glover-st 
Blair, J., jun., patternmaker, 57 Millgate-ln 
Blair, Robert, residenter, 51 Millgate-ln 
Blyth, Alexander-, seaman, 46 Glover-st 
Boath, David, flaxdresser, 41 Jotin-st 
Boath, John, butcher, 24 Millgate-ln 
Boath, Wm. D., butcher, 29 High-st 
Boath, Wm. S., labourer, 64 Marketgate 
Bogue, James, baker, 23 Lordburn 
Booth, James G., bootmaker, 8 George-st 
Booth, Wm. A., tailor and clothier, 23 West-pt 
BorUrwick, Jas., labourer, 17 fanmure-st 
Boswell, James D., postman, 240 High-st 
Bouick, David, stationer, 27 Glover-st 
Bowman, David, carter, 33 Park-st 
Boyd, George G., shoemaker, 6 James-st 
Bracelin, Patrick, shipmaster, 23 Ann-st 
Braid, Andrew, jun., shoemaker, 4 W Mary-st 
Braid, Andrew, sen., mechanic, 33 Ann-st 
Brechin, John, labourer, 35 Lindsay-st 
Bremner, Thomas, stevedore, 47J Ladyloan 
Brown, Alex. S., tailor, 35 West-port 
Brown, Andrew, leathercutter, 35 John-st 
Brown, And. B., warehouseman, 17 Ladyloan 
Brown, George, engineer, 37 Lindsay-st. 
Brown, Joseph, bcamer, 5 Wallace-st 
Brown, Wm., pilot, 35 W Grimsby 
Brown, Wm., shopman, I Hill-rd 
Bruce, Alex., railwayman, 6 W Mary-st 
Bruce, James, waiter, 48 High-st 
Bruce, John, flaxdresser, S Shore 
Bruce, John, fisherman, 21 Seagate 
Bruce, Nicholson, fisherman, 12 Marketgate 
Bruce, Wm., fisherman, 11 Marketgate 
Bruce, Wm., jun., fisherman, 11 Marketgate 
Bruce, W. R., vintner, 32-34 Commerce-st 
Bryce, Adam, agent, 12 Wallace-st 



Brack, Jas., labourer, 19 Commerce-st 
Buick, John, potato merchant, 14 Hannah-st 
Buick, Wm., weigher, 44 Glover-st 
Buick, Wm., waste-merchant, 80 Brechin-rd 
Bullock, John, labourer, 9 Panmure-st 
Burnett, David, cartwright, 40 Millgate-ln 
Burnett, David, slater, 19 N Grimsby 
Burns, Joseph, labourer, 59 Marketgate 
Butchart, C, bleacher, 16 Panmure-st 
Byars, David, draper, 153 High-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 
Bailey, Robert W., baker, 24 Helen-st 
Baird, Jas., clerk, 1 Dalhousie-pl 
Baird, Watson, boot salesman, 54 Rossie-sfc 
Balfour, Alex., flaxdresser, 27 Loehland-st 
Balfour, Alex., manufacturer, Bloomlield 
Balfour Robert, lapper, 33 Loehland-st 
Banks, Sutherland, hotelkeeper, 21 Keptie-st 
Barclay, Peter, engineer, 21 Loehland-st 
Barclay, Peter, bleacher, 37 Lochland-st 
Barnes, James, coachman, 29 Victoria-st 
Barnet, David, carter, 14 Helen-st 
Barnett, John, joiner, 4 Fergus-sq 
Barrie, Wm., flaxdresser, 43 St Mary-st 
Batchelor, D., mercantile clerk, 12 George-st 
Batchelor, D., drill-instructor, 23 Jamieson-st 
Batchelor, H. S. , grocer, 24 Elliot-st 
Baxter, Donald M., manager, 8 Garden-st 
Beatt, Andrew, tobacconist, 40 Elliot-st 
Beattie, A., factoryworker, 94 Helen-st 
Beattie, James, signalman, 14 Lochland-st 
Berry, Joseph, residenter, 39 Green-st 
Bertie, Joseph, residenter, 39 Ureen-st 
Beveridge, Joseph T., butcher, 5 Fergus-st 
Binnie, Walter, farmer, Gallowden 
Birrel, David, flaxdresser, 36 Fergus-sq. 
Birse, Wm., bleacher, 60 Fergus-sq 
Bisset, Harry, foreman, 31 Elliot-st 
Bisset, James, mill-foreman, 12 Robert-st 
Bissett, David, engineer, 14 Russell-st 
Black, Alex., labourer, 45 Helen-st 
Black, Andrew, labourer, 36 Cairnie-st 
Black, George, shoemaker, 26 Cairnie-st 
Black, George, traveller, 16 Jamieson-st 
Black, Jas., tenter, 11 Jamieson-st 
Black. Peter, tailor, 3 Jamieson-st 
Black, Rollo S., accountant, Waverley Hotel 
Black, Stephen, caretaker, 29 Rossie-st 
Black, Wm., lapper, 50 Helen-st 
Black, Wm., engineer, 5 Russell-st 
Blair, And., factoryworker, 78 Cairnie-st 
Blair, And., factory-worker, 43 Elliot-st 
Blair, And., shoemaker, 62 Cairnie-st 
Blair, D. S., mill-manager, Ardmore 
Bogue, Alex., mill- foreman, 30 St Mary-st 
Bogue, John, mechanic, 24 Helen-st 
Borland, Josenh, slater, 78 Lochland-st 
Bowman. Andrew, labourer, 25 Dishland-st 
Bowman, G. B., residenter, 1 Albert-st 
Bowman, James, batcher, 40 Green-st 
Bowman, John C, mason, 19 Catherine-st 
Bowman, Wm., mechanic, 7SA Keptie-st 
Bowness, E., draughtsman, 28 Dalhousie-pl 
Boyd, T. C, bank-teller, 14 Dalhousie-pl 
Boyle, David, milloverseer, 27 Elliot-st 
Boyle, Jas., lamplighter, 102 Keptie-st 
Braid, Alex., shipmaster, 7 Elliot-place 
Brand, James S., slater, 30 Dishland-st 
Brand, J., police sergeant, 38 Rossie-st 



112 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

MpsJ. H. BROWN 

Family Grocer, Tea, Wine & Spirit Merchant, 
BROTHOCK BRIDGE, ARBROATH. 

Agent for "Big Tree" Brand Californian Wines. 



TEAS— Best Selection— is 4d to 3s perLb. WINES and SPIRITS. 

MALT LIQUORS. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS always Fresh. 

Hrbroatb (5as Corporation. 



GAS COKE. 



FIRST-CLASS FUEL FOR BAKERS' OVENS. 

INDISPENSABLE FOR "KEITH'S" FURNACES. 
ECONOMICAL FOR HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES. 
SPECIALLY USEFUL FOR GREENHOUSES. 
50 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN COAL. 



Single Bags Delivered at 6d Each. 

■ ♦ 

Orders by Post Card to ARBROATH GAS WORKS will be 
promptly attended to. 

When in MONTROSE Visit 

THE PAVILION, Traill Drive 

(OPEN APRIL TO OCTOBER) 

GEO. CARNEGIE, Lessee. 



TEAS. ICES. CONFECTIONS. 

Motor, Driving, and Picnic Parties Catered for. 

• ♦ 

Also, 3 JOHN STREET, MONTROSE. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



113 



Brand, Robert, joiner, 49 Keptie-st 
Bremner, John, sailmaker, 38 Fergus-sq 
Brennan, Patrick, labourer, 7 Elliot-st 
Brewin, James, bootmaker, 3^ Fergus-st 
Brodie.J., publisher, Kinprunes, NoltLoan-rd 
Brougham, W. J., labourer, 60 Rossie-st 
Brown, A. T. , editor, 52 Addison-pl 
Brown, Charles, beamer, 34 Keptie-st 
Brown, David, flaxdresser, 32 Rossie-st 
Brown, George, lapper, 34 Helen-st 
Brown, James M., moulder, 30 Green-st 
Brown, John, grocer, 14 Jamieson-st 
Brown, John, labourer. 57 Lochland-st 
Brown, M. D., mechanic, 34 Rossie-st 
Brown, Robert, grocer, St Roque, Nolt-loan 
Brown, Win., engineer, 6 Fergus-st 
Brown, Win. O., teacher, 15 Victoria-st 
Bruce, David, street-porter, 22 Jamieson-st 
Bruce, Wm., shoemaker, 13 Green-st 
Brydon, Jas., postmaster, 5 Viewfield-road 
Buchan, Adam, machincman, 36 Green-st 
Buick, Charles, flaxdresser, 29 Elliot-st 
Buick, David, flaxdresser, 29 Fergus-st 
Buick, James, flaxdresser, 22 Lochlaud-st 
Buick, James, joiner, 44 Cairnie-st 
Buick, Peter, machine worker, 22 Helen-st 
Buick, Wm., farmer, Hospitalfield 
Burn, David H. , druggist, 4 Albert-st 
Burnett, David, traveller, 7 Princes-st 
Burnett, William, coachman, 2S St Mary-st 
Butchart, James, mechanic, 2S Rossie-st 
Butchart, R.T., cabinetmaker, 3 Addison-pl 
Butchart, Roderick, lapper 16 Rossie-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Baillie, Andrew, millworker, 21 Abbot-st 
Baillie, Jas., engineer, 2 St Vigeans-rd 
Baillie, Thomas, flaxdresser, 11 St Vigeans-rd 
Baird, Jas., flaxdresser, 44 St Vigeans-rd 
Baird, Robert, painter, 42 Sidney-st 
Balfour, C. L., baker, 43 Barngreen 
Balfour, G. L., moulder, 36 Barngreen 
Balfour, Geo. T., labourer, 10 Howard-st 
Ballingall, Wm. , tenter, 29 Abbot-st 
Bannerman, J. L., mechanic, 23 Kinnaird-st 
Barnet, Thomas, labourer, 10 Barbers-croft 
Barrie, Chas., batcher, 10 Smithy-croft 
Barrie, David S., residenter, "Dilkooska" 
Batchelor, D. G., cattle-dealer, 7 Hayswell-rd 
Batehelor, Walter R., cattle dealer, Mayfield 
Baxter, Jas., blacksmith, 23 Boglane 
Beatt, Neil, currier, 20 Leonard-st 
Beattie, And., factory-manager, 38 Leonard-st 
Beattie, John, butcher, 2 Cairnie-pl 
Beattie, Walter, shoemaker, 27 Leonard-st 
Beattie, Wm., cellarman, 11 Ernest-st 
Beatton, John, seaman, 26 Wardmill-rd 
Begg, Alex., labourer, 3 Baldovan-st 
Belford, James, caretaker, Little Cairnie 
Bell, Enoch, shoemaker, 12 Rosebank 
Bell, Wm. M., leather-cutter, 21 Leonard-st 
Bennet, Jas. S., patternmaker, 31 Cairnie-st 
Bertie, Allan, baker, 3 Allan-st 
Birse, Alex., blacksmith, 39 Culloden-rd 
Birse, David H., hallkeeper, Hume-st 
Birse, F., flaxdresser, 11 Ernest-st 
Birse, George, machineman, 2 Reform-st 
Birse, John, machineman, 11 Cross Mill-wynd 
Birse, Joseph, engine-fitter, 6S St Vigeans-rd 
Bissett, Alex., residenter, 17 E Abbey-st 



Black, G. K. F., vintner, 3 Abbey-path 
Black, James, mechanic, 19 Palmer-st 
Black, James, blacksmith, 217 High-st 
Blair, Alex., labourer, 48 Kinnaird-st 
Blair, Henry, hairdresser, 57 Sidney-st 
Blair, John, caretaker, 3 Carnegie-st 
Boath, David, painter, Breohin-rd 
Boath, David M., butcher, 29 Cairnie-st 
Boath, Geo., baker, 14 Leonard-st 
Boath, Geo , machineman, 41 Leonard-st 
Boath, Peter, engine-titter, 13 Ernest-st 
Bogue, John, millworker, 24 Leonard-st 
Bonuyinan, Jas., mechanic, 14 Abbot-st 
Booth, John, leather-cutter, 48 Sidney-st 
Bowman, Jas. A., lorryman, 21 Ponderlaw-st 
Boyack, Hugh, mechanic, 15 Abbot-st 
Boyle, And. P., factory-worker, 5 Convent-st 
Boyle, Wm., overseer, 37 Kinnaird-st 
Braid, Alex., moulder, 17 Hayswell-rd 
Braid, H., coachman, 32 Guthrie-port 
Braid, Wm., shoemaker, 49 Leonard-st 
Brand, And., mason, 57 Kinnaird-st 
Brand, Joseph, engineer, 6S Howard-st 
Bremner, G., factoryworker, 33 Barngreen 
Brougham, Geo., painter, 51 Sidney-st 
Brougham, J., tea merchant, 21 Ogilvy-pl 
Brown, Alex., carter, 19 Ogilvy-place 
Brown, Duncan, flaxdresser, 5 St Vigeans-rd 
Brown, Geo., engine-driver, 20 Brechin-rd 
Brown, Geo. S., shoemaker, 29 Ernest-st 
Brown, John S., insur.-agent, 35 Howard-st 
Brown, Rev. Lewis A., Seaton-road 
Brown, Stephen, mechanic, 5 Kinnaird-st 
Brown, S. , gardener, 19 Kinnaird-st 
Brown, Wm., flaxdresser, 31 Howard-st 
Bruce, Wm., lapper, IS Leonard-st 
Buick, Albert, waste merchant, 80 Brechin-rd 
Buick, David, mechanic, 9 St Vigeans-rd 
Buick, Geo., clerk, 13 St Vigeans-rd 
Buick, James S., tinsmith, 12 Leonard-st 
Buick, Wm., boilermaker, 50 Leonard-st 
Burness, D.,cleansinginspector,31 Carnegie-st 
Burness, W. W., iron turner, 54 Howard-st 
Burnett, Wm. K., labourer, 50 Guthrie-pt 
Burns, James, gardener, Abbey-bank 
Butchart, Charles, tailor, 17 St Vigeans-rd 
Butchart, Robert, engineer, 29 Kinnaird-st 
Butchart, William, plumber, 56 St Vigeans-rd 
Byars, James, chief-officer, 8 Carnegie-st 

First (High St and Mitigate) Ward 

Cables, John, stonebreaker, 8 Ann-st 
Caird, John, labourer, 49 Millgate-loan 
Caithness, G. P., caretaker, 17 Hill-st 
Cameron, Geo., hotelkeeper, 131-133 High-st 
Cameron, James, carter, 47J Ladyloan 
Campbell, A., railway-clerk, 9 Glover-st 
Campbell, Jas., teacher, 36 Hill-st 
Campbell, John, cloth-inspector, 248 High-st 
Campbell, William, plasterer, 18 W Mary-st 
Campbell, William, fish-dealer, 21 Lordburn 
Cardno, John, shipmaster, 14 West Mary-st 
Cargill, Adam, fisherman, 7 South-st 
Cargill, Adam, jun. , fisherman, 20 South-st 
Cargill, Alex., seaman, 9 Old Shore-head 
Cargill, Alexander, gas stoker, 55 High-st 
Cargill, Alexander, tailor, 11 Marketgate 
Cargill, Alex., fisherman, 12 South-st 
Cargill, Alex., labourer, 22 Ladybrldge-st 
Cargill, Alex., fisherman, 23 Old Shore-head 



114 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

J. R. MACKENZIE'S 

Xonbon flfcantle Ibouse, 

Where You will Find the Newest and Best. 



LADIES' TAILORING 

5n Costumes, Coats, anb Sftirts to ©roer. 

EXCLUSIVE STYLES. 
BEAUTIFULLY TAILORED AND PERFECT FITTING. 



THE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT 

Of our Business has always on hand a Large Choice of 

COSTUMES, COATS, WATERPROOF 
GARMENTS, SKIRTS, BLOUSES, 8c, 

In Black and all the Fashionable Shades and Materials, Thoroughly 
Well Made and Perfect Fitting. 



Smart millmcrp ana Dressmaking. 



J. R. MACKENZIE'S 

Cadks' Outfitting establishment, 

145 HIGH STREET, Arbroath, 

And DUNDEE STREET, CARNOUSTIE. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



115 



Cargill, Alex., insur.-agent, 17 Ladyt>ridge-st 
Cargill, Andrew, moulder, 10 James-st 
Cargill, Andrew, fisherman, 29 Seagate 
Cargill, Andrew, fisherman, 4 Seagate 
Cargill, Cliarles, fisherman, 8 John-st 
Cargill, Daniel, fisherman, 17 Union-st E 
Cargill, D., fisherman, 25 Ladybridge-st 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 13 Union-st E 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 28 Union-st E 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 16 South-st 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 3 Marketgate 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 8 Seagate 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 5 South-st 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 1 South-st 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 1 Seagate 
Cargill, Donald, fisherman, 6 Marketgate 
Cargill, Duncan, moulder, IS High-st 
Cargill, Harry, fisherman, 25 Seagate 
Cargill, Isaac, fisherman, 6 Union-st E 
Cargill, Isaac, fisherman, 12 Union-st E 
Cargill, James, fisherman, 5 Old Shore-head. 
Cargill, James, fisherman, 4 South-st 
Cargill, James, labourer, 20 Ladybridge-st 
Cargill, James, fisherman, 20 Ladybridge-st 
Cargill, James, fisherman, 14 Marketgate 
Cargill, James, fisherman, 17 Union-st E 
Cargill, James, raihvayservant, 31 Union-st E 
Cargill. James, fisherman, 1 Marketgate 
Cargill, James, fisherman, 23 Ladybridge-st 
Cargill, James S., fisherman, 20 Seagate 
Cargill, John, fisherman, 7 Union-st E 
Cargill, John, jun., fisherman, 6 South-st 
Cargill, John, residenter, 8 High-st 
Cargill, John, fishmonger, 5 South-st 
Cargill, John, labourer, 37 W Newgate 
Cargill, Jonathan, fisherman, 23 Park-st 
Cargill, Joseph, fisherman, 6 W Newgate 
Cargill, Joseph, fisherman, 10 South-st 
Cargill, Robert, machineman, 4 Union-st E 
Cargill, Robert, fisherman, 27 Seagate 
Cargill, Robert, fisherman, 5 Union-st E 
Cargill, Robert, fisherman, 19 Seagate 
Cargill, Robt., fisherman, 1 Old Shore-hd 
Cargill, Robert, carter, 10J Seagate 
Cargill, Robt., carting-contractor, 24 Seagate 
Cargill, Robert, fisherman, 6 South-st 
Cargill, Robert, fisherman, 20 High-st 
Cargill, R., jun., fisherman, 7 Old Shorehead 
Cargill, Robt.,. jun., fisherman, 10 Union-st E 
Cargill, Thomas, fisherman, 3 Marketgate 
Cargill, Thos., fisherman, 20 Union-st E 
Cargill, Thos., fisherman, 20 West Newgate 
Cargill, Thomas, joiner, 14 South-st 
Cargill, Thomas, fisherman, 13 Marketgate 
Cargill, Thomas, platelayer, 26 Ladybridge-st 
Cargill, Thomas, fisherman, 18 John-st 
Cargill, Wm., residenter, 10 Seagate 
Cargill, Wm., fisherman, 18 Seagate 
Cargill, Win., jun., fisherman, 12 Seagate 
Cargill, Wm., fisherman, 15 High-st 
Cargill, Wm., fisherman, 8 Union-st E 
Cargill, William, fisherman, 6 Ladybridge-st 
Cargill, Win. D., fisherman, 17 Ladybridge-st 
Carnegie, James, engineer, 14 Wallace-st 
Carnegie, John C., furnisher, 149 High-st 
Carnegie, Wm., tobacconist, 6 N Grimsby 
Carr, Alex., caretaker, 26 Hill-st 
Carrie, Alex., mill-foreman, 59 High-st 
Carrie, David, general merchant, Hill-rd 
Carrie, L)., jun., egg-merchant, 70 Marketgate 



C 

arrie, James, labourer, 7-9 W Grimsby 
Carrie, James, jun., mason, 36 John-st 
Carrie, John R., clerk, 197 High-st 
Carrie, Thos., boilermaker, 20 Hill-place 
Carrie. Thomas, labourer, 36 Millgate-loan 
Carrie, Wm., fireman, 16 Hannah-st 
Cavin, Wm., railwayman, 1 Applegate 
Chalmers, A., flaxdresser, 21 Kyd-st 
Chalmers, John, flax-inspector, 2 Ann-st 
Chapel, Wm., solicitor, 21 Dalhousie-pl 
Christie, Allan, flaxdresser, 25 Panmure-st 
Christison, Alexander, barman. 30 Kyd-st 
Clark, Alex., shoemaker, 2 W Mary-sf 
Clark, Charles, labourer, 37 Lordburn 
Clark, David Y., clerk, 44 High-st 
Clark, George, joiner, 31 Ann-st 
Clark, George, residenter, 25 Panmure-st 
Clark, Jas., labourer, 42 Ladyloan 
Clark, John, factory-worker, 7 Murray-place 
Clark, J. R.W., solicitor, Westbank, Millgate-ln 
Clark, J., lodgiughouse-keeper, 3 S Grimsby 
Clement, Wm., hackler, 9 Park-st 
Collier, Chas., labourer, 24 Maule-st 
Colville, Alex., ironturner, 37 W Newgate 
Colville, David, carter, 20 Hill-pl 
Cook, D. S., clerk, 5 Hill-road 
Cooper, Charles C. , grocer, 29 W Grimsby 
Gossans, John, shoemaker, 2 Maule-st 
Coull, Chas., mason, 43 Ladyloan 
Cowan, D., vintner, 19 Marketgate 
Cowie, J. A., spirit merchant, 191 High-st 
Cowper, Lawrence, mill worker, 25 Ann-st 
Craig, D. B„, residenter, St Olaf, Nolt-loan-rd 
Craig, Robert, labourer, 45 W Grimsby 
Cree, Neil, factory-worker, 23 Ann-st 
Crichton, John, brassfinisher, 120 High-st 
Croall, David, turner, 23 Ladyloan 
Crockatt, Geo., ticket-collector, 20 Hill-pl 
Crowe, George, hairdresser, 67 Ladyloan 
Crowe. W. S.. hairdresser, 15 Millgate-loan 
Cruikshanks, Geo., vanman, 40 John-st 
Cruickshanks, Jas., moulder, 69 Ladyloan 
Cruickshanks, Jas., hackler, 1 Hope-st 
Culbert, John, labourer, 23 Church-st 
Cuthbert, David, shoemaker, 52£ Millgate-ln 
Cutliill, Alex. D., scavenger, 14 N Grimsby 
Cuthill, James, labourer, 1 Union-st E 
Cutliill, Jas. P., postman, 11 Ann-st 

Second (Lochlands& Keptie) Ward 

Cables, J. S., factory-manager, 27 Lochland-st 
Caird, Henry, joiner, 32^ St Mary-st 
Caird, John, vanman, sj Dishlaud-st 
Cadman, E., billiard prop., SO So Vigeans-rd 
Calder, David D., builder, 32 Elliot-st 
Calder, David R., builder, Heathcote 
Calder, Joseph W., builder, Rosebery-pl 
Calder, Wm., joiner, 13 Rossie-st 
Cameron, David, moulder, 9 Fergus-st 
Cameron, Rev. James, Dishland-st 
Cameron, John, joiner, 5 Fergus-st 
Cameron, William, lamplighter, 66 Fergus-sq 
Cammock, John, tailor, 62 Fergus-sq 
Campbell, John, factory-worker, 2 Fergus-st 
Campbell, John, overseer, 37 Rossie-st 
Cant, G. S., machineman, 31 Rossie-st 
Cant, Wm., accountant, 42 Nolt Loan-rd 
Cargill, Alex. B., manager, 31 Fergus-sq 
Cargill, David, moulder, 28 Helen-st 
Cargill, David, tenter, 70 Lochland-st 



116 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE CENTRAL 

Coffee and Dining Rooms 

19 MILLGATE, ARBROATH. 



Breakfasts and Dinners. Teas and Suppers. 

Charges Strictly Moderate. Best Attention Given. 

Soirees, Picnics, and Marriage Parties Supplied. 



HALL AND OTHER ROOMS TO LET FOR MEETINGS. 






E. MANN, Proprietrix. 




David Pirie 

Watcbmafeeu & Optician. 



PrpQpn + a + inn HnnHc Tea Spoons, Jelly Spoons, Butter Knives, 
r rebtJIllcllIUri UOOCJS Knives and Forks-All in Neat Cases. 

All kinds of Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery PERSONALLY Cleaned and 
Repaired. Spectacles and Eyeglasses to Suit all Sights. Wedding, Keeper, 
and Engagement Rings. Large Selection of Gold and Silver Brooches, Scarf 
Pins, Seals, &c. Second-Hand Watches taken in Exchange. 

262 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH. 



E. & J. MACLURE, 

tfritroath S)j/e Worfttf, 

68 HELEN STREET, ARBROATH. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



117 



Cargill, John, labourer, 32 Robert-st 
Cargill, John, residenter, 21 St Mary-st 
Cargill, Will., shipbroker, 34 Jamieson-st 
Cargill, Wm., engine-driver, 30 Fergus-st 
Carlyle, John A., lecturer, 2 Addison-place 
Carnegie, David, gardener, 11 Russell-st 
Carnegie, David, clerk, 33 Rossie-st 
Carney, Harry, joiner, 21 Rossie-st 
Carrie, Alfred, leather-cutter, 35 Green-st 
Carrie, George, residenter, 27 Fergus-sq 
Carrie, Gilbert, fireman, 3 Garden«t 
Carrie, Nicol, marine-engineer, 93 Keptie-st 
Chalmers, James, flaxdresser, 59 St Mary-st 
Chalmers, J. W., manufacturer, Nolt Loan-rd 
Chalmers, Quintin, gardener, Viewfield 
Chalmers, W. S., manager, 55 Rossie-st 
Chapman, Allan, .joiner, 31 Fergus-sq 
Chisholm, John, joiner, 78J Keptie-st 
Christie, Alex., hammerman, 39 Lochland-st 
Christie, Charles, maehineman, 25 Elliot-st 
Christie, J. C, electrical-engin'r, Kinloch-ter 
Christie, James, janitor, 15 W Keptie-st 
Christie, James, maehineman, 9 Lochland-st 
Christie, James, moulder, 24 St Mary-st 
Christie, J. C, insur. -manager, 56 Fergus-sq 
Christie, Robert, blacksmith, 26 Fergus-sq 
Christie, Robert, labourer, Lochlands 
Christie, Stewart, residenter, 24 Jamieson-st 
Christison, John D., signalman, 60 Fergus-sq 
Christison, Robert, moulder, 92 Helen-st 
Clark, David, hairdresser, 2S Cairnie-st 
Clark, David R. . lapper, 9 Fergus-st 
Clark, James, mechanic, 72 Lochland-st 
Clark, John, warehouseman, 7 Duke-st 
Clark, Wm., manager, 16 Dishland-st 
Clunie, Thos., railway yardsman, 37 Klliot-st 
Cobb, Alfred, postman, Old Toll-house 
Cobb, E. F., town chamberlain, Logie Cottage 
Cobb, J. K. , electrical-engineer, 33 Jamieson-st 
Colnian, James, mason, 7S Lochland-st 
Colvill, James, coachman, 6 Gowan-st 
Colvill, Robert, coachman, 77 Lochland-st 
Colville, James, tailor, 10 Jamieson-st 
Connacher, Robt., bleacher, 23 St Mary-st 
Cooper, David, tailor, 43 Lochlands-drive 
Cooper David, mill-foreman, 43 Lochland-st 
Corstorphine, R. H., printer, 38 W Keptie-st 
Cossans. Alfred, jnachineman, 37 Fergus-sq 
Cossans, John, lapper, 6 Green-st 
Coull, William, surfaceman, 8 Fergus-sq 
Coutts, Alex., patternmaker, 4 Lochland-st 
Coutts, Andrew, labourer, 11 Fergus-sq 
Coutts, John, mill-foreman, 70 Cairnie-st 
Coutts, Neil, labourer, 3 Russell-st 
Cowie, James, farmer, East Muirlands 
Cowie, Wm., labourer, 70 Keptie-st 
Crabb, Thos., shoemaker, 13 Elliot-st 
Craig, Arthur, teacher, 26 Hillend-rd 
Craig, James, flaxdresser, 19 Fergus-sq 
Craig, James, bleacher, 40 Green-st 
Craig, John, bootcloser, 9 Rossie-st 
Craig, Peter, millworker, 39 St Mary-st 
Cramond, Peter, shoemaker, 33 St Mary-st 
Crawford, David, blacksmith, 7 Rossie-st 
Crerar, Peter, teacher, 14 Hillend-rd 
Crockatt, Wm. J., millworker, 12 Spink-st 
Crofts, Wm., factory-worker, 6 Gowan-st 
Crook, Wm. M., gardener, 7 Duke-st 
Crosbie, Wm., barman, 40 Fergns-sq 
Crosby, David L., cabinetmaker, 19 Green-st 



Crowe, George, sailmaker, 5 Jamieson-st 
Crowe, Robert, mechanic, SO Cairnie-st 
Cruden, Gilbert,factoryworker, 9 Anderson-st 
dimming, Edwi n, manufacturer,56 Addison-pl 
Cuinming, F., tailor's cutter, 33 Dishland-st 
Cuniiuing, Frank, dancing-master, 3 Elliot-st 
Cuthill, Geo., gardener, 52 Rossie-st 
Cuthill, James, policeman, 48 Fergus-sq 
Cuthill, Robert, news-agent, 21 Jamieson-st 
Cuthill, Robert, roadman, 21 Jamieson-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Cadman, J., billiard keeper, SO St Vigeans-rd 
Caird, James, iron-turner, Demondale 
Caird, Wm., carpenter, 22 Hamilton-green 
Cairney, Jos., factoryworker, 21 Guthrie-port 
Calder, John, tailor, 269 High-st 
Cameron, Wm., draughtsman, Hayshead-rd 
Campbell, David, machinist, 7 St Vigeans-rd 
Campbell, H. R., tenter, 61 E Abbey-st 
Campbell, James, painter, 9 Kinnaird-st 
Campbell, John, brassfounder, 29 W Abbey-st 
Campbell, Wm. S., shoemaker, 31 Abbot-st 
Cant, James, mechanic, 9 Culloden-rd 
Carcary, Wm. T., blacksmith, 29 Howard-st 
Cargill, Alex., labourer, 9 Ogilvy-pl 
Cargill, Alex. H., boxmaker, 8 St Vigeans-rd 
Cargill, David, flaxdresser, 3 Lillies-wynd 
Cargill, David, carter, 29 Boglane 
Cargill, David, labourer, 19 Fisheracre 
Cargill, Geo., millworker, 2 W Mill-wynd 
Cargill, James, carter, 50 Howard-st 
Cargill, John, labourer, 47 Sidney-st 
Cargill, John S., railwayservant, 36Barngreen 
Cargill, Peter, flaxdresser, 5 W Abbey-st 
Cargill, Robt., currier, 20 Leonard-st 
Cargill, Robert, labourer, 10 Guthrie-port 
Cargill, Thomas, hammerman, 44 Ernest-st 
Carnegie, A., gardener. Damley 
Carnegie, Chas. W., manager, 42 Brechin-rd 
Carr, Jas., labourer, 15 Convent-st 
Carragher, Patrick C., clerk, 5 E Abbey-st 
Carrick, James, moulder, 44 Brechin-road 
Carrie, Alex. W., painter, 74 Brechin-rd 
Carrie, David, chimney-sweep, 42i W Abbey-st 
Carrie, Jas., shoemaker, 9 Culloden-rd 
Carrie, John, vanman, 8 Abbot-st 
Carle, John, gate-keeper, 13 St Vigeans-rd 
Carrie, Stephen, tanner, 69 Sidney-st 
Carrie, Wm., residenter, Strachan-st 
Cathro, David, vanman, 18 Ogilvy-pl 
Chalmers, Alex., flaxdresser, 33 Barngreen 
Chalmers, Alex. N., engineer, Ernest-st 
Chalmers, Alex. W. , vandriver, 8 Abbot-st 
Chisholm, Alex., ropemaker, S Stanley-st 
Chisholm, J., labourer, 24 Wardinill-rd 
Chisholm, Wm., shopman, 4 Abbey-path 
Christie, Albert H., clerk, 24 Hayswell-rd 
Christie, Alex., iron-turner, 74 Brechin-rd 
Christie, Alex., gas-collector, 8 Carnegie-st 
Christie, Chas. W. , clerk, 6 Carnegie-st 
Christie, David, bleacher, 22 Howard-st 
Christie, James, labourer, 5 St Vigeans-rd 
Christie, Jas., warehouseman, 5 Ernest-st 
Christie, John, carter, Brechin-rd 
Christie, Thos., painter, 36 Leonard-st 
Christie, Wm., flaxdresser, 38 Howard-st 
Christie, Wm., fitter, 12 Howard-st 
Christison, Wm., porter, Brechin-rd 
Clark, David, titter, 63 Sidney-st 



118 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Thos. Muir. Son & Patton 



LIMITED 



Coal 

Merchants, 

Colliery 

Agents, 

Steamship 

Owners 



TELEPHONE No, 4 




Carting 

Contractors, 

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and 

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Merchants 



BRANCHES : 

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Stirling 

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Causewayhead 

Dunblane 

Crieff 

Perth 

Broughty Ferry 

Carnoustie 

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Inverkeilor 

Forfar 

Justinhaugh 

Montrose 

Brechin 

Edzell 

Cupar-Fife 

Wormit 

East Newport 

Monifleth 

Nairn 

Guthrie 

Downfleld 



Are prepared to Supply from their Depots : 

Best English Household Coal 

Best Scotch Household Coal 

English and Scotch Small Coals 

Caking, Treble, and Wishaw Washed Nuts 

Steam Chew Coal. English and Scotch Cokes 

Round Char, Anthracite or Blind Coal for Millers, 

Bakers' Ovens, Greenhouses, and Heating 

Apparatus 

CARBONITE—The New Fuel for Parlour Fires 

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Special Quotations for Quantities and Waggon Loads at 
Railway Stations and Sidings. 

Orders Bookod and Prices Arranged at all their 
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TERM REMOVALS & GENERAL CARTING by Special Arrangement 

Agents for Messrs Jas. Stewakt & Son, Anniston Brick and Tile Works. 



DISTRICT DEPOTS : 

39 Helen Street & 69 West Grimsby, Arbroath 

And at Railway Stations, Carnoustie and Inverkeilor. 

Registered Office, - - 26 YEAMAN SHORE, DUNDEE. 

Arbroath Agent : R. DAVIDSON. House : Gordon Villas, West Newgate 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



119 



Clark, James, residenter, 15 Leonard-st 
Clark, James, hairdresser, 3 Hamilton-gn 
Clark, John, haclclemaker, Baldovan-st 
Clark, T., machineman, 27 Leonard-st 
Clark, T., cycle agent, 78 St Vigeans-rd 
Clark, W., flaxdresser, 24 Barngreen 
Cobb, David, residenter, 17 Grnest-st 
Colvill, Bernard, labourer, 44 Howard-st 
Colvill, Samuel B., plumber, 31£ Cairnie-st 
Colville, John, carter, 49 Leonard-st 
Colville, John, moulder, S5 Ogilvie-pl 
Connacher, Allan, labourer, 62 Guthrie-port 
Connacher, Win., clerk, 33 Sidney-st 
Connel, John, labourer, 42 Kinnaird-st 
Connell, Thos., carter, 7 Reform-st 
Cook, David, tinsmith, 217 High-st 
Cook, James R., plumber, 36 Maule-st 
Cook, Peter, residenter, 46 Guthrie-port 
Cooper, Walter, residenter, 14 Howard-st 
Connie, Hugh, labourer, 3 Boglane 
Corsar, James, fitter, 49 Sidney-st 
Cosgrove, Michael, pavior, 47 Culloden-rd 
Couttie, Wm., sawmiller, 18 W Abbey-st 
Coutts, John M., fireman, 3 Leonard-st 
Coutts, William, residenter, Silverwells 
Cowan, Wm., moulder, 62 St Vigeans-rd 
Cowieson, Robt., engineer, 1 Cairnie-pl 
Crabb, David, cab- proprietor, 45 E Abbey-st 
Crabbe, James, engineer, 11 Hayswell-rd 
Crabbe, James, ironturner, 2 Abbot-st 
Craig, Alex., painter, 68 Howard-st 
Craig, David, lapper, 9 St Vigeans-rd 
Craig, George, cab-driver, 24 Barngreen 
Craig, John, mill-manager, Arrot-st 
Craig, Wm., signalman, 64 Howard st 
Craig, Wm. A., cabinetmaker, 23 James-st 
Craig, Wm. B., gardener, 56-58 Guthrie-pt 
Craik, James S., cashier, 207& High-st 
Cramond, David, residenter, 39 Culloden-rd 
Cramond, David, seaman, 72 Howard-st 
Cramond, James, moulder, 8 St Vigeans-rd 
Cramond, John, plumber, 36 Howard-st 
Crawford, George, flaxdresser, 2 Cairnie-pl 
Crawford, Hugh B., mechanic, Neville-st 
Crawford, Thomas, inspector, Cairnie 
Crichton, W. E., C.A., Mansfield-house 
Crockatt, Geo., mechanic, 45 Barngreen 
Crocket, Jas. S., insur. agent, 7 James-st 
Croll, Charles, carter, 10 St Vigeans-rd 
Cromarty, Wm., hawker, 17 Lillies-wd 
Crook, A. R. , factory-manager, Simla-cot 
Crook, Jas., flax-inspector, 21 Culloden-rd 
Crowe, Albert E., lodge-porter, 31 Abbot-st 
Crowe, David, baker, 4 Guthrie-hill 
Crowe, Thomas, flaxdresser, 9 Ernest-st 
Cruickshanks, D., storekeeper, 3S Ernest st 
Cruickshanks, R., tobacconist, Strachan-st 
Cumming, G. S. , batcher, 13 W Mill-wynd 
Curr, David, carpenter, 30 Sidney-st 
Curwood, Wm., shoemaker, 22 Guthrie-port 
Cuthill, James, slater, 31 Guthrie-hill 
Cuthill, Rev. James S., 12 Hill-terrace 
Cuthill, Robert, blacksmith, 11 Fisheracre 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Darroch, David, manager, 16 West-port 
Darroch, Robt A., compositor, 39 W Newgate 
Davidson, Charles, vandriver, 43 Hannah-st 
Davidson, Geo., moulder, 6 Bank-st 
Davidson, George, moulder, 190 High-st 



Davidson, John, tobacconist, 45 W Abbey-st 
Davidson, Robert, coal agent, 38 W Newgate 
Davidson, Wm., pilot, 10 Hope-st 
Dawson, Wm., residenter, 10 Union-st 
Dewar. George M., glazier, 181 High-st 
Dewar, John C, solicitor, 13 Hill-ter 
Dewar, P. C, cutter, 29 John-st 
Dewar, R. D., ironmonger, Berryfauld 
Dewars, John, labourer, 18 Millgate-loan 
Dickson, Alex., clerk, 15 West Mary-st 
Dinnie, David, vintner, 49 Vest Grimsby 
Doig, Arthur, licensed-grocer, 41 Millgate-ln 
Doig, Gordon, millworker, 67J Millgate-ln 
Doig, W., mill-foreman, 22 Hannah-st 
Don, David, blacksmith, 8 Shore 
Don, James, blacksmith, 6 Union-st 
Donald, Alex., mason, 36 Millgate-loan 
Donald, Arch., sen. , plasterer. 12 E Mary-st 
Donald, Arch. C, plasterer, 41 Lindsay-st 
Donaldson, Alex., labourer, 8 Hume-st 
Donaldson, Harry, fishdealer, 33 Lindsay-st 
Donaldson, John, labourer, 71 Ladyloan 
Donaldson, Wm., draper, 19 Park-st 
Dorward, Charles M., merchant, 234 High-st 
Dougal, Wm., shoemaker, 1S1 High-st 
Douglas, David, auctioneer, 33 High-st 
Dowall, David, tailor, 11 Glover-st 
Doyle, Arthur, carter, 12 Seagate 
Doyle, Wm., ironworker, 6 James-st 
Drummond, Wm., irongrinder, 47 High-st 
Drysdale, David, teacher, Maulesbank 
Ducat, Alex., ironturner, 14 Church-st 
Duirs, David, lamplighter, 44 Marketgate 
Duncan, Ernest H., engineer, 240 High-st 
Duncan, James, fireman, 6 James-st 
Duncan, James, flaxdresser, 55 Panmure-st 
Duncan, James, coachman, 33J Millgate-loan 
Duncan, John, engineer, 34 W Newgate 
Duncan, John, residenter, 51 Millgate-ln 
Duncan, Joseph, cycle mechanic, 34 Ann-st 
Duthie, George, tailor, 3 Hill-rd 
Duthie, Isaac, painter, 25 Kyd-st 
Dymock, Chas., patternmaker, 33 John-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Dakers, D. B., tailor's cutter, 9 Fergus-sq 
Dargie, Wm., machineman, 31 St Mary-st 
David, Richard, clerk, 35 Vietoria-st 
Davidson, Andrew, mason, 17 Gowan-st 
Davidson, John, tea-merchant, 40 Dishland-st 
Davidson, John, lapper, 49 Rossie-st 
Davidson, Robert, tailor, 47 Helen-st 
Davidson, Wm., lorryman, 56 Helen-st 
Deans, Lewis, moulder, 14 Spink-st 
Dear, James, bleacher, 13 Fergus-sq 
Dear, Wm., carter, 22 Fergus-square 
Dear, Wm., engineer, 55 St Mary-st 
Denison, Wm., labourer, 20 Cairnie-st 
Deuchars, David, carter, 12 Spink-st 
Dick, Thomas, clerk, 1 Dalhousie-pl 
Dickens, Daniel, tailor, 2 W Keptie-st 
Dickson, Geo. , plumber, 18 Bridge-st 
Doig, Edward, labourer, 5 Elliot-st 
Doig, Geo., street-porter, 43 Lochland-st 
Doig, James, residenter, 20 Helen-st 
Doig, Robert, baker, 36 Helen-st 
Donald, Wm., vanman, 98 Keptie-st 
Donaldson, Andrew, millforeman, 49 Helen-st 
Donaldson, David, labourer, 18 Fergus-sq 
Donaldson, Jas., pointsman, 30 Robert-st 



120 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CHARLES SKEA, 

Salt and Whiting Merchant, 
DICKFIELD STREET, ARBROATH. 



STORES, 

HOUSE ADDRESS, 



DICKFIELD STREET 
19 HANNAH STREET 



'PHONE No. lO 



GMNT S MING, 

jfamilv Breao, Biscuit ano IPastrp 
Bayers, 

Have a Varied Selection of Plain and Fancy 

Tea Bread Daily. 

CAKES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Pies & Bridies. Tea Biscuits & Oatcakes. 



FINEST SHORTBREAD A SPECIALITY. 

SENT TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. 

«~f- 

BROTHOCK BRIDGE, Arbroath. 



H 



J. S. CRUICKSHANK, 

25 HAMILTON GREEN, ARBROATH, 

AS always in Stock LADIES' and CHILDREN'S UNDERCLOTHING, BABY 
FROCKS and GIRLS' SCHOOL FROCKS— All Own Make. 
SERVANTS' CAPS, APRONS, CUFFS & COLLARS, WRAPPERS, and AFTER- 
NOON DRESSES in Stock or Made to Order; also, Good Variety in 
PRINT OVERALLS, PINAFORES, and WORKING BLOUSES — Good 
Washing Material. 
FANCY DRAPERY, HOSIERY, NECKWEAR, FANCY PINS, HAIR PADS 

and NETS, COMBS and PINS. &c. 
BOYS' CAPS, KNICKERS, SHIRTS, &c., also in Stock. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



121 



Donaldson, R. J., farmer, East Newton 
Donaldson, T., assur. -agent, 41 Lochlands-dr 
Donaldson, W., miiloverseer, 41 5 St Mary-st 
Dorward, Andrew, merchant, 87 Keptie-st 
Dorward, John G., shipmaster, 2S Hillend-rd 
Dorward, Win., newsagent, 44 Loehland-st 
Dorward, fin., signalman, 26 Jamieson-st 
Dow, James, upholsterer, 43 Lochlands-drive 
Downie, John, tailor. 52 Fergus-sq 
Doyle, John P., moulder, 24 Gowan-st 
Dunean, Alonzo, residenter, 28 Robert-st 
Duncan, J., sheriff-clerk depute,7 Viewfield-rd 
Duncan, John D., M.B., 81 Helen-st 
Duncan, JosephC, clerk, Hopseat, Russell-st 
Duncan, Win., travellei, 30 Elliot-st 
Dundas, A. M., draper, 12 Princes-st 
Dundas, David, mill-manager, Roys'on 
Dundas, John D., draper, 4 Hillend-road 
Dunn, Alex., manager, 64 Fergus-sq 
Dunsmuir, George, salesman, 16 Bridge-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Dakers, John, residenter, 13 Culloden-road 
Dakers, Win., moulder, 38 Kinnaird-st 
Dalgarno, Geo. G., solicitor, 3 Springfield-ter 
Dalgetty, Win., residenter, 12 Bakers-wynd 
Dall, Jas., boilermaker, 21 E Abbey-st 
Dall, Win., moulder, 31 Culloden-rd 
Dallas, W. H., baker, 23 Ernest-st 
Dargie, D., moulder, 57 Kinnaird-st 
Davidson, James, mason, 16 Guthrie-port 
Davidson Thos. B., vintner, 2 Howard-st 
Dean, Arthur, theatre propr., Abbot's-house 
Debois, R., factory worker, 40 St Vigeans-rd 
Dewar, Jas., mason, Baldovan-st 
Dewar, Jas. A., M.D., 13 Hill-terrace 
Dewar, Jas. S. , mill-overseer, 13 Conveut-st 
Dewar, Wm. J., M.D., 13 Hill-ter 
Dick, Geo. D., mechanic, 72 Brechin-rd 
Dick, James B., grocer, 40 Hamilton-green 
Dick, John, labourer, 16 Smithy-croft 
Dilly George moulder, IS Ponclerlaw-st 
Dilly, Jas., newsagent, 69 Sidney-st 
Dilly, Stewart, janitor, 4 Stanley-st 
Dilly, Thomas, lorrymau, 35 Ponderlaw-st 
Dinnie, David, labourer, 37 Leonard-st 
Docherty, C. , flaxdresser, 17 Cross Mill-wd 
Doig, Alex., iron-moulder, 52 Brechin-rd 
Doig, David, baker, 29 Abbot-st 
Doig, James, merchant, 32 Ogilvy-pl 
Doig, Robert, insur.-agent, 25J W Abbey-st 
Doig, Win., patternmaker, 22 W Abbey-st 
Donald, Alex., blacksmith, 34 Hamilton-green 
Donald. David, carter, 4 Stanley -st 
Donald, James, carter, 5" Barngreen 
Donald, Wm., labourer, 80 Brechin-rd 
Donaldson, A., potato merchant, 3 Rosebank 
Donaldson, Alex , foreman, 32 Guthrie-pt 
Donaldson, Geo., joiner, 44 St Vigeans-rd 
Donaldson, George, tenter, 10 St Vigeans-rd 
Donaldson, Jas., tailor's-cutter, 31 Howard-st 
Donaldson, Wm., shoemaker, 3 Ponderlaw-st 
Dorward, Wm., inachinpman, 11 Fisheracre 
Douglas, Rev. Andrew, Seaton-rd 
Douglas, Jas., painter, 45 Sidney-st 
Douglas, Wm., compositor, 48 E Abbey-st 
Doyle, Hugh, labourer, 23 Barngreen 
Drury, David, shoemaker, 21 West Abbey-st 
Dryburgh, James, beamer. 28 Leonard-st 
Duff, T. W., baker, 10 Academy-st 



Duke, David, labourer, 7 W Mill-wynd 
Dunbar, David, carter, 5 Stuart-st 
Duncan, A. S., machineman, 9 Leonard-st 
Duncan, D. B., patternmaker. 34 Sidney-st 
Duncan, Henry, moulder, 29 Guthrie-port 
Duncan, Howat, druggist, 6 Kirk-sq 
Duncan, J., grocery manager, 76 St Vigeans-rd 
Duncan, J. M., warehouseman, 24 Howard-st 
Duncan, John, residenter, 7 Cairnie-st 
Duncan, J. C.. moulder, 41 Kinnaird-st 
Duncan, Peter, coach-builder, 20-22 Abbot-st 
Duncan, Wm., weaver, 16 Smithy-croft 
Dundas, Wm., traveller, 1 Kinnaird-st 
Duthie, Wm., dairyman, Waidmill-rd 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Eaton, Jas. B., tanner, 48 Bigh-st 
Eaton, Robert, carter, 9 Marketgate 
Eaton, William, fisherman. 23 Union-st E 
Eddie, John, jeweller, 39 Hannah-st 
Edgar, Norman, salmon fisher, 22 Applegate 
Edmonds, J. A., restaurateur, 10-12 Applegate 
Edward, G. R., drill-instructor, 13 W Mary-st 
Ellis, Geo., gardener, 70 Millgate-loan 
Elrick, James, painter, 4 Maule-st 
Emslie, Robert, plumber, 3 W Mary-st 
Bsplin, George, mason, 53 High-st 
Esplin, Joseph, mechanic, 47A Mil'.gate-ln 
Esplin, Wm., joiner, 42 Glove'r-st 
Ewing, Thos., draper, 39 Hill-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Easton, Frank, mason, 38 Lochland-st 
Eaton, Jas., upholsterer, 62 Cairnie-st 
Edward, Jas., police-sergeant, 43 Jamieson-st 
Edward, Robert, labourer, 46J Cairnie-st 
Edwards, Jas. S., traveller, Dalhousie-pl 
Ellis, Andrew A., clerk, 72 Rossie-st 
Ellis, Richard, shipmaster, Rosemount-rd 
Ennet, Wm., tenter, 40 Cairnie-st 
Esplin, Alex., tenter, 49 St Mary-st 
Esplin, Allan, engineer, 67 Lochland-st 
Esplin, G. A., grocer's assist., 17 Duke-st 
Esplin, James C., mechanic, 8 Keptie-st 
Esplin, John, storekeeper, 6 Jamieson-st 
Esplin, Jos., factory-worker, 44 S Mary-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Easson, James, labourer, 24 E Mill-wynd 
Eaton, J. M., shoemaker, 42 Sidney-st 
Edmonds, Jas., guard, 60 Howard-st 
Edward, A. S., harbourmaster, 6 Hayswell-rd 
Edward, Wm., salesman, 68 St Vigeans-rd 
Edwards, David, weaver, 17 Hayslane 
Edwards, W. L., engineer, 43 Cairnie-st 
Esplin, Geo., gardener, 11 Convent-st 
Esplin, Thos., railway-porter, 21 Kinnaird-st 
Esplin, Wm., labourer, 2S Barngreen 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Fairlie, David, foreman, 146 High-st 
Fairweather, A., labourer, 39 Ladybridge-st 
Fairweather, Alfred, flaxdresser, 10 James-sfc 
Fairweather, Geo., labourer, 28 Hannah-st 
Fairweather, J., confectioner, 21 Panmure-st 
Fairweather, John, eoremaker, 17 Glover-st 
Fairweather, John, labourer, Signal-tower 
Fairweather, John, millforemaii, 25 Park-st 
Falconer, Stephen, seaman, 37 Ann-st 
Farquhar, R. C, joiner, 4 Hill-pl 
Farquhar, S., labourer, 9 Millgate-loan 



122 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

ESTABLISHED OVER FIFTY YEARS. 

James Soutar, Limited 

(SIGN OF THE EAGLE), 



1 04 High Street|Pi|| 108 High Street 

ARBROATH iWl ARBROATH 



Our Principal Departments 

Are Household Drapery, Blouses and Underclothing, 
Dress and Costume Making, Millinery, 
Umbrellas and Gloves, Men's Outfitting and 
Shirtmaking. 



We are Sole Agents in flrbroatb 

For The Jaeger Co. ; Aertex Cellular Co. ; J. & J. 
Cash, Ltd. ; Viyella ; Lincoln, Bennett & Co. ; 
and many other First-Class Firms. 

Gentlemen's ( Ladies' 

Department: \ Department: 

104 High Street 108 HighStreet 

Telephone 73 ) Telephone 73 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



123 



Farquhar, Win,, painter, 31 Hannah-st 
Farquharson, R. , grocer, 1(58 High-st 
Fenton, Peter, flaxdresser, 5 Union-st 
Ferrier, Alex., postman, 240 High-st 
Ferrier, Stuart, lorryman, 4 Maule-st 
Ferries, Chas., labourer, 16 Millgate-loan 
Fettes, David, storekeeper, 14 Hannah-st 
Findlay, David, stable-manager, Kirk-sq 
Findlay, Jas., joiner, 5 Hannah-st 
Fleming, Jas., weigher, 36 Glover-st 
Forbes, Alex., flaxdresser, 19 Park-st 
Forbes, George, irongrinder, 69-71 Millgate-ln 
Forbes, James, stationer, 8 N Grimsby 
Forbes, Robert, general-dealer, 3 Ladyloan 
Forbes, W., shoemaker, 1 Maule-st 
Ford, James, fireman, 24 Millgate-loan 
Ford, Wm., labourer, 64 JIarketgate 
Forrest, J., labourer, 16 Millgate-ln 
Forsyth, Alex., labourer, 10 Hannah-st 
Fox, John D., grocer, 4 Gayfield 
Fullerton, E., lamplighter, 41 .Tohn-st 
Fyfe, Jas. T., residenter, 6S Millgate-loan 
Fyfe, James F., residenter, 68 Millgate-loan 
Fyfe, Wm., fruiterer, 26 Elliot-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Fahen, Wm., gardener, 19 Dishland-st 
Fairweather, D., engineer, 6 Green-st 
Fairweather, D. W., manufacturer., Craigard 
Fairweather, Jas., residenter, 9 Catherine-st 
Falconer, J., railway-worker, 14 Catherine-st 
Fallon, James, residenter, 34 Green-st 
Farquhar, Geo., goods-agent, 49 Dishland-st 
Farquhar, Wm., mechanic, 20 Cairnie-st 
Farquharson, Colin, moulder, 40 Green-st 
Ferguson, Alex., draper, 11 W Keptie-st 
Ferrier, Alex.> shoemaker, 30 Fergus-sq 
Ferrier, Jas., warehouseman, 4 Jamieson-st 
Ferrier, Wm., watchman, 47 Green-st 
Fettes, Jas., mill-overseer, 11 Queen-st 
Fiddes, James, sawyer, S8 Lochland-st 
Fiddes, Thomas, mason, 45 Fergus-sq 
Fife, Wm., mason, 48 Helen-st 
Findlay, D., licensed-grocer, 15£ Victoria-st 
Findlay, Peter, painter, 4 Fergus-st 
Findlay, Wm., engineer, 20 Fergus-sq 
Finlayson, D., tailorand draper, 20 Dishland-st 
Finlayson, Pat, retired farmer, S Alexandra-pl 
Finlayson, T. , warehouseman, 3 Colvill-pl 
Fletcher, Geo. D., grocer, 2 Dishland-st 
Forbes, Arthur, baker, 26 Helen-st 
Forbes, David, flaxdresser, 45 Green-st 
Forbes, David, cattle-dealer, 66 Rossie-st 
Forbes, John, mechanic, 46 Fergus-sq 
Forbes, Robt., teacher, 59 Dishland-st 
Forbes, Wm., factory-worker, 20 Loohland-st 
Forbes, Wm., com. -traveller, 48£ Cairnie-st 
Ford, Geo., moulder, 25 Spink-st 
Ford, William S., engineer, 7 Addison-pl 
Foreman, Jas., painter, 2S Dishland-st 
Forsyth, Edward, plumber, 38 St Mary-st 
Forsyth, J., railway-servant, 27 Jamie'son-st 
Foulis, Alex., sen., joiner, 9 W Keptie-st 
Foulis, Alex., joiner, 13 Lochland-st 
Foulis, Alex.,,jun., clerk, 13 Lochland-st 
Foulis, David, Y. joiner, 41 St Mary-st 
Fowler, Daniel, flaxdresser, 57 Dishland-st 
Fox, Wm., engine-driver, 22 Fergus-st 
Fox, William, mechanic, 37 Fergus-st 
Fox, Wm. C, grocer, 11 Addison-pl 



Fraser, G. S., engineer, Monkbarns 
Fraser, Henry, engineer, Lochton 
Fraser, John, engineer, Monkbarns 
Fraser, Patrick, manufacturer, 11 Dalhousie-pl 
Frazer, John B., farmer, 08 Noltloan-rd 
Fridge, Rev. Alex., residenter, 36 Gowan-st 
Frith, Thos., residenter, Gowanbank 
Fulton, J., insurance-collector, 66 Fergus-sq 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Fairweather, David, engineer, 53 Kinnaird-st 
Fairweather, David, lapper, 13 St Vigeans-rd 
Fairweather, Jas., ploughman, 3 Rosebank 
Fairweather, J. W., flaxdresser, 12 Abbot-st 
Fairweather, R., barman, 27 Culloden-rd 
Fairweather, Thos., moulder, 5 St Vigeans-rd 
Falconer, Alex., flaxdresser, 11 Lillies-wynd 
Falconer, Allan, salmon-fisher, 12 Abbot-st 
Falconer, J., salmon-fisher, 3 Leonard-st 
Falconer, Wm., baker, 6 Howard-st 
Farquhar, Henry, slater, 21 Ponderlaw-st 
Farquharson, A., gravedigger, Abbey-green 
Ferguson, J., insurance agent, 55 Kinnaird-st 
Ferrier, Francis, bleacher, 30 Barngreen 
Ferrier, John, insurance-agent, 41 Ernest-st 
Ferrier, Wallace, labourer, 63 Leonard-st 
Fettes, John, moulder, 5 Barbers-croft 
Findlay, Geo. marine-engineer, St Kilda-cott. 
Findlay, Peter, painter, 17 St Vigeans-rd 
Finlayson, Alex., clerk, Strachan-st 
Fitchet, Alex., baker, 53 Sidney-st , 

Fitzcharles,G.,furnit're-deTr,12 Cross Mill-wd 
Fitzcharles, M.,iurniture-dealer,04 Guthrie-pt 
Fleming, D. S., flaxdresser, Demondale 
Fleming, George, manager, 35 Ernest-st 
Fleming, John, labourer, 69 Guthrie-port 
Florence, Alex., mechanic, 54 Brechin-rd 
Forbes, Andrew, fireman, 7 Sidney-st 
Forbes, Duncan, merchant, 2 Brechin-road 
Forbes, J. C, bootmaker, 16 Ernest-st 
Forbes, J., cattle-dealer, 16 St Vigeans-rd 
Forbes, Wm., caretaker, 1 Academy-st 
Ford, Chas., residenter, 4 Gutlirie-hill 
Ford, George, case-hardener, 59 Kinnaird-st 
Forest, Chas., salesman, 26 Hayswell-rd 
Forsyth, David H., moulder, 33 Sidney-st 
Forsyth, Graham, moulder, 26 Leonard-st 
Forsyth, J., gas-stoker, 4 Howard-st 
Foster, William, tanner, 33 Ernest-st 
Fox, Jas., retired grocer, 15 E Abbey-st 
Francis, Geo. A., farmer, Gowanlea 
Fraser, Forbes, shoemaker, 24 Hamilton-gn 
Fraser, G., millmanager, 4 Hayswell-rd 
Fraser, James, joiner, 9 Hayswell-rd 
Fraser, John, labourer, 21 Guthrie-pt 
Fraser, Norman, manufacturer, 30 Ogilvy-pl 
Fraser, Robert, residenter, Cairniebill 
Fraser, Thos., physician, 4 Springfield-ter 
Fraser, Thos., gardener, Cliff -house 
Fraser, Wm., tenter, 9 Cross Mill-wynd 
Fraser, Wm., mechanic, 10 Stanley-st 
Fraser, Wm., foreman, 65 Leonard-st 
Froud, John, irontumer, 28 Sidney-st 
Fyall, John, moulder, 57 Sidney-st 
Fyfe, David, bleacher, 10 Abbey-st 
Fyfe, John, grocer, 13 Guthrie-port 
Fyfe. Jas. W., fireman, 12 Bakers- wd 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Gavin, Hugh, architect, 42 Hill-st 
Geddes, Alex., dairyman, 7 Murray-pl 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 




m 
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/.4MES ft THOMPSON, 



Carver, Qilder, Picture Frame Maker, 
and Mount Cutter. 



ENGRAVINGS CLEANED. 



225 High Street, Arbroath, 






ARCHIBALD DONALD, Sen., i SON 



PLASTERERS. 

plain anD Ornamental 
plastering, 

CEMENT WORK DONE. 

TILE LAYING, MOSAIC. 

LIME WATER SUPPLIED. 

Orders in Town and Country 

Carefully and Promptly 

attended to. 

ESTIMATES GIVEN. 



House Address, Kelly Cottage. 

EAST MARY STREET, ARBROATH. 




ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



125 



Geddes, Norman L., jeweller, 16 Applegate 
Geddes, W. H., photographer, 16 Applegate 
Gerrarci, Win., labourer, 53 Wallace-st 
Gibb, Alexander R., solicitor, Addison-pl 
Gibb, Jas. P., hairdresser, 149 High-st 
Gibbons, James, tailor, 21 Church-st 
Gibson, Alex., labourer, 7 Shore • 
Gilbert, R., leather-cutter, 30 Millgate-loan 
Gill, James, bootcloser, 13 John-st 
Gill, Wm,, shoemaker, 46 John-st 
Gillespie, David, blacksmith, 39 Panmure-st 
Gilruth, J. D., M.D., 28 Bank-st 
Glen, Alex., labourer, 53 High-st 
Glen, John, labourer, 2 Dicktield-st 
Gordon, David, shipmaster, 9 John-st 
Gordon, George, hallUeeper, 20 Park-st 
Gould, Robert K., vintner, 2 West Newgate 
Gowans, Charles, agent, IS Ladybridge-st 
Graham, D., customs officer, 27 W. Mary-st 
Graham, Peter, labourer, 43 John-st 
Graham, R., mill-foreman, 39 Ladybridge-st 
Grant, Colin, shoe manufacturer, Woodside 
Grant, Ja?., machinist, 10 Hannah-st 
Grant, Norman C., vintner, Kirk-sq 
Gray, Charles, sailmaker, 44 High-st 
Gray, Peter, labourer, 11 Park-st 
Gray, Wm., mill-overseer, 34 Ladybridge-st 
Gray, Wm., flaxdresser, 25 Hannah-st 
Greene, Charles, painter, 31 Ladybridge-st 
Greig, A. S., butcher, 21 Bank-st 
Greig, John, seaman, 9 W Mary-st 
Grieve, David, tea traveller, 9 Qnion-st 
Grimmond, John, foreman, 57 Marketgate 
Guild, Alex., hatter, 171a High-st 
Guild, Peter, shoemaker, 34 Ann-st 

Second (Lochlands & Kep tie) Ward 
Galbraith, Samuel, residenter, 8 Elliot-pl 
Gall, W. G., draughtsman, 3 Colvill-pl 
Galloway, Charles, carter, 25 Fergus-sq 
Gardyne, Geo., labourer, 33Green-st 
Gauldie, D., ropespinner. 45 Dishland-st 
Gauldie, Jas., ropespinner, 47£ Dishland-st 
Gauldie, Wm., residenter, Cairnie-rd 
Gavine, James, bleacher, 104 Keptie-st 
Geekie, David, labourer, 37 Elliot-st 
Gibson, Andw., photographer, Keptie-rd 
Gibson, C. V., insurance-agent, 4 Elliot-st 
Gibson, George, flaxdresser, 38 Cairnie-st 
Gibson. James, dentist, 1 Bank-st 
Gilbert, A. D., school-master, 22 Addison-pl 
Gilbert, John, grocer, 1 Princes-st 
Gilbert, John, residenter, 16 Gowan-st 
Gilbert, Robert, grocer, 12 Colvill-pl 
Gillespie, R., shoemaker, 73-75 Lochland-st 
Gillespie, R., tileworker, 27 Duke-st 
Gillies, Don., blacksmith, 43 Lochlands-drive 
Gilroy, Peter, carter, 19 Rossie-st 
Glass, Robert, moulder, 5 Anderson-st 
Glass, Robert, jun., butcher, 15 Dishland-st 
Glen, Alex., vanman, 10 Dishland-st 
Glen, Wm., batcher, 58 Helen-st 
Glen, Wm., cabinetmaker, 3 Elliot-st 
Gordon, James, labourer, 4 Fergus-sq 
Gordon, John, engineer, 26 Elliot-st 
Gordon, Wm. , hide-agent, 26 Elliot-st 
Gorrie, George, lapper, 21 Dishland-st 
Gould, Edward, gardener, 9 Garden-st 
Gracie, J. K., telephone-inspector, 1 Elliot-st 
Grahame, John, gardener, Keptie-rd 
Grant, Jas., engineer, 6 Lochland-st 



Grant, James, currier, 43 Lochland-st 
Grant, James A., macbineman, 4 Kossie-st 
Grant, Joseph, shoemaker, 9 Anderson-st 
Grant, Thos. R., plumber, 24 W Keptie-st 
Grassie, G., clerk, 34 Dishland-st 
Gray, Alex. B., painter, 74 Cairnie-st 
Gray, Geo., mechanic, 22 Fergus-st 
Gray, Jame* P., mechanic, 22 Jainieson-st 
Gray, John, labourer, 63 St Mary-st 
Gray, John P., tailor, 14 St Mary-st 
Gray, Wm., mason, 43 Elliot-st 
Greig, Alex., residenter, Keptie-road 
Greig, David, law clerk, 62 Lochland-st 
Greig, Geo., shipmaster, 40 Lochland-st 
Greig, James, draper, 17 Queen-st 
Grewar, D. W., compositor, 32 Green-st 
Grieve, David, seaman, 32 Rossie-st 
Guild, James, teacher, 36 Hillend-rd 
Guthrie, Robt., insurance-agent, 20 Green-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Gair, Alex., dairyman, Little Cairnie 
Galloway, G., leather-cutter, 11 Culloden-rd 
Garden, J. R., currier, 57 Leonard-st 
Garden, Wm., shoemaker, 8 Bakers-wynd 
Gardiner, David, merchant, 50 Sidney-st 
Geekie, James, vanman, 21 Guthrie-pt 
Gemlo, Peter, pastry baker, 6 Leonard-st 
Gentiles, James, shoemaker, 27 W Mill-wd 
Gentles, Alex., flaxdresser, 4 Howard-st 
Gerrard, George, flaxdresser, 3 Leonard-st 
Gerrard, James A., lapper, 27 Smithy-croft 
Gibb, Burnet, labourer, 28 Wardmill-rd 
Gibb, John C, mechanic, 2 Dorward-pl 
Gibson, Alex., foundry-worker, 42 Leonard-st 
Gibson, Geo., tailor, 33 Fisheracre 
Gibson, Walter, water-inspector, 4 Stuart-st 
Gilbert, John, labourer, 40 Howard-st 
Gill, Henry, shoemaker, 15 Culloden-rd 
Gillanders, William, labourer, 60 Sidney-st 
Gillanders, Wm., glazier, 275 High-st 
Gillies, Charles, ironturner, 52 Sidney-st 
Glen, Alex., lapper, Deinondale 
Glen, Alex., beamer, 9 Reform-st 
Glen, Charles, moulder, 4 Brechin-rd 
Glen, James, flaxdresser, 47 Barngreen 
Glen, Jas., residenter, Brechin-rd 
Glen, James, flaxdresser, 29 Abbot-st 
Glen, Joseph, flaxdresser, 33 Sidney-st 
Glenday, Hector, shoemaker, 23 Hay's-lane 
Goodale, H., brassfounder, 14 St Vigeans-rd 
Goodale, Wm., brass-finisher, 37 Howard-st 
Gordon, Alex., residenter. 17 W Abbej-st 
Gordon, Frank W., painter. 19 Palmer-st 
Gordon, Geo. L., labourer, 3 Leonard-st 
Gordon, James, engineer, 15 St Vigeans-rd 
Govdon, John, shoemaker, 6 St Vigeans-rd 
Gordon, John B. , flaxdresser, 20 Barngreen 
Gordon, Peter, labourer, 27 Barngreen 
Gordon, Thomas, bleacher, 12 Barngreen 
Gordon, W. G., moulder, 70 Howard-st 
Gould, James, joiner, 68 Brechin-rd 
Gove, James, gardener, Warddykes Cemetery 
Gove, Wm. , carter, 58 Howard-st 
Gowans, P. R., stationer, 3 Abbot-st 
Gowans, Robert, carter, 32 St Vigeans-rd 
Graham, H., lamplighter, 27 Abbot-st 
Graham, John, leathercutter, 20 Abbot-st 
Graham, John R., labourer, 14 E Mill-wd 
Grant, Alexander, shipmaster, 23 Ernest-st 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



D. R. MACDONALD, 

HATTER AND HOSIER, 

TARTAN SPECIALIST. 




FIT O' THE PORT, 

AND 




23 COMMERCE STREET, Arbroath. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



127 



Grant, Edward, plumber, 37 Gutlirie-port 

Grant, John, shoemaker, 44 Leonard-st 
Grant, John 0., painter, Culloden-ter 
Grant, Wm. L., painter, 2 Hays well-road 
Gray, John, clerk, Hayshead-rd 
Gray, Wm., carter, 11 Convent-st 
Gray, Win., labourer. 3 St Vigeans-rd 
Greenhow, Joseph, fireman, 5 Cross Mill-wd 
Greenhow, Wm., lamplighter, 2 Reforni-st 
Greig, David, saddler, 1 Walker-place 
Greig, James, flaxdresser, 26 St Vigeans-rd 
Grimond, George, butcher, 15 Gulloden-rd 
Grimond, John, labourer, 26 Barngreen 
Grimmond, David, coachman, The Elms 
Grindlay, W., blacksmith, 10 Rosebank 
Guild, Alex., moulder, 5 Carnegie-st 
Guild, David, tailor, 29 Kinnaird-st 
Guild, David, engineer, 32 Kinnaird-st 
Guild, David, moulder, 31 Kinnaird-st 
Guild, John, moulder. 25 Cairaie-st 
Guthrie, John, labourer, 15 C Mill-wynd 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Haggart, Win., signalman, IS Kyd-st 
Hannah, Alex., clerk, 3 West-port 
Hanis, Albert, postman, 93 High-st 
Harvey, David, labourer, 17 Park-st 
Hastings, C, leather-cutter, 33 Marketgate 
Hastings, Henry, mechanic, S3 High-st 
Hastings, Wm. M., vintner, 30 Millgate-ln 
Hawkins, John, sailmaker, 39 John-st - 
Hayes, Ed. J., sailmaker, 44 High-st 
Hean, John, flaxdresser, 23 Park-st 
Henderson, David, poliee-sergt., 23 Ladyloan 
Henderson, John, fireman, 16 John-st 
Henderson, J. B., lightkeeper, Signal-tower 
Henderson, R. blacksmith, 12 S Grimsby 
Hem-it, R., golf green-keeper, 2 Ann-st 
Herald, Alex., shoemaker, 59 Ladybridge 
Herald, Wm. A., flaxdresser, 70 Marketgate 
Herd, J. H., postman, 5 Ann-st 
Heron, Peter, blacksmith, 21 Ann-st 
Herron, Jas. N., restaurateur, 5 Brothock-bge 
Herron, John H., piano-tuner, 47 Marketgate 
Hill, William, shoemaker, 63 Ladyloan 
Hodgson, John E., bleacher, 41 Ladyloan 
Hogan, John, residenter, 51 Ladyloan 
Hogg, A. W., coastguardsman, 11 Shore 
Hogg, Jas., flesher, 59 High-st 
Holland, John, ironworker, 1 Hanuah-st 
Hood, Peter, labourer, 65 Marketgate 
Hovell, Wm., labourer, 16 Glover-st 
Hughes, Mitchell, butcher, 37 Lord burn 
Hunter, James, bootfinisher, 44 John-st 
Hush, John, salesman, 5 Hill-rd 
Hutton, G., shoemaker, 46 Marketgate 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 
Hall, Allan, lieutenant, 50 Addison-p.laee 
Hall, E. W. K., grocer, Keptie-angle 
Harris, Wm., grocer's-assist., 28 St Mary-st 
Hart, R. E., shoemaker, 1 Gardeu-st ■ 
Hay, George G., shipmaster, 7 Victoria-st 
Hebenton, David, labourer, 46J Cairnie-st 
Henderson, G. A., grocer, 16 Green-st 
Henderson. John, residenter. IS St Mary-st 
Henderson, Wm., insur.-agent, 4 Dalhousie-pl 
Hendry, Jas., lapper, 15 Fergns-sq 
Hendry, Wm., porter, 25 Fergus-sq 
Herald, James, moulder, 37 Elliot-sfc 
Herald, John, mill-foreman, S Robert-st 



Herald, Wm. H., shipmaster, 12 Dalhousie-pl 

Herron, Alfred, blacksmith, 92 Helen-st 
Herron, Charles S., plumber, 3 George-st 
Hewit, Andrew C, tailor, 14 Queen-st 
Hill, Charles, clerk, 3 Queen-st 
Hill, David, joiner, 35 Rossie-st 
Hill, Jas., labourer, 22 Gowan-st 
Hird, Alf. K., draper, 24 Hillend-rd 
Hiid, W. D., draper, Inchcape, Nolt Loan-rd 
Hitchcock, Geo., minister, 13 Dalhousie-pl 
Hogg, Hall, lapper, 21 Green-st 
Hood. Alex., grocery-manager, 3S Elliot-st 
Hood, Geo. P., draper, 1 Queen-st 
Hood, Jas., bookseller, 31 West Keptie-st 
Hood, Wm., baker, 21 St Mary-st 
Hovell, Jas., flaxdresser, 37 Fergus-sq 
Hovwll, John, barman, 17 Lochland-st 
Hovell, Wm., ironwelder, 25 Rossie-st 
Howat, Jas , minister, 17 Dalhousie-pl 
Howe, George, surfaceman, 19 Duke-st 
Howie, John, compositor, 29 Jamieson-st 
Hudgston, Alex. P., engine fitter, 40 Rossie-st 
Hume, Kev. James, 6 Queen-st 
Hume, Robt., accountant, 4 Addison-pl 
Hunter, D. , foundry-worker, 11 Russell-st 
Hunter, Edward, insur.-supt., " Bona vista '' 
Hunter, Jas., road surveyor, Timbergreen 
Hunter, Wm., warehouseman, 2 Elliot-st 
Hunter, Wni.,,jun., clerk, 66 Fergus sq 
Hutcheon, Arch., law-ageut, 46 Nolt Loan-rd 
Hutchison, David, draper, 17 Victoria-st 
Hutton, D., carter, 2J Kussell-st 
Hutton, Jas. G., clerk, 76 Rossie-st 
Hutton, John, gardener, 37 Fergus-sq 
Hutton, Peter, residenter, 12 Catherine-st 
Hutton, Wm., labourer, 22 Rossie-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Hadden, John W., tanner, Keptie-angle 
Halkett, Wm., weaver, 27 West Mill-wd 
Hall, Wm., shoemaker, 27 Palmer-st 
Hamilton, Arthur, currier, 59 Kinnaird-st 
Hannah, Chas., flaxdresser, 10 Ponderlaw-lane 
Harper, J. W., confectioner, 2 & 4 Guthrie-pt 
Harris, Geo., flesher, 38 Ogilvy-pl 
Harrison, J., general dealer, 21 Smithy-croft 
Harvey, Peter, boilermaker, 46 Leonard-st 
Hastings, John A., postman, S Ponderlaw-ln 
Hastings, Joseph, painter, 9 Culloden-rd 

■Hay, Hugh, tenter, 28 Howard-st 

Hay, J. C. H, beamer, 66 St Vigeans-rd 

'Hayes, Wm., sailmaker, 2 Ponderlaw-lane 
Heenan, Jas., bleacher, 14 Smithy-croft 
Henderson, James, moulder, 23 Kinnaird-st 
Hendry, Alex., blacksmith, Woodbine-cot 
Hendry, Alex. G., clerk, Woodbine-cot 
Hendry, A. W., moulder, 56 St Vigeans-rd 
Hendry, Jas. M., -engineer, Woqdbine-cottage 
Hepburn, John C, irondresser, 7 Fishefacre 
Herald, David, flaxdresser, 22 Leonard-st 
Herron, Alfred, .blacksmith, 46 Cullodenrrd' !" 
Herron, P., jun., lilacksmith, 22 Ponderlaw-st 
Herschell, Allan, shoemaker, 60 Sidney-st 
Herschell, David, shoemaker, 20 Abbot-st 
High, W., watchmaker, 1 Hayswell-rd 
Hill, Andrew R., P.O. clerk, 35 Ernest-st" 
Hill, John, labourer, 16 Cross Mill-wynd 
Hinton, Wm. , draper, 4 Carnegie-st 
Hodge, David, engine-driver, 5 OgilVie-"pl 
Hogg, Jas., mechanic, 66 Brechin-rd 



128 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FUNERAL UNDERTAKING. 



W. A. LYAIX 



Memorial Wreaths and. Globes 



4 DISHLAND STREET, Arbroath 

Attendance at all Hours. Night Address— 8J Dish land St. 

All Orders Personally Attended to 



Cabinctmaking, Upholstering, $ General Jobbing 

Under Careful, Personal Attention 



UP-TO-DaTE TailtORING. 

Nothing adds more to a Man's Appearance that Well- 
Tailored Clothing. Come here for the Best Style, 
Fit, and Finish in all Branches of Modern Tailoring. 

Ladies' Coats, Jackets, and Costumes Made to Order. Perfect Fitting. 



GEORGE DUTHIE, 

Ladies' and Gent's Tailor, 45 Hill Street, Arbroath 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



129 



Holds worth, F., missionary, 1 Cairnie-pl 
Hood, Wm., chimney-sweep, 12 E Mill-wynd 
Hopkinson, S. , mechanic, 32 Howard-st 
Hovell, George, gardener, Bellevue 
Hovell, Wm., vintner, 31 Howard-st 
Howat, Tlios., shoemaker, 12 Abbot-st 
Howe, Wm., gravedigger, 7 St Vigeans-rd 
Hudson, Geo., fireman, 4 Rosebank 
Hudson, Wm., fireman, 10 Abbey-path 
Hunter, Chas., shoemaker, 13 Palmer-st 
Hunter, D. F., music-seller, Strachan-st 
Hunter, David E., clerk, 4 Carnegie-st 
Hunter, Jas., sergt. -instructor, 16 EAbbey-st 
Hunter, Robert, weaver, 17 St Vigeans-rd 
Hunter, Thos., moulder, 15 St Vigeans-rd 
Hunter, Wm., shoemaker, 11 Palmer-st 
Hutcheon, John R., governor, Brechin-rd 
Hutchison, John, pattern-maker, Ernest-st 
Hutchison, John, mechanic, 45. Boglane 
Hutcheson, John, flaxdresser, 8 Cross Mill-wd 
Hutchison, S., sen., residenter, 4 Lillies-wd 
Hutchison, S. D., jun., vintner, 4 Lillies-wd 
Hutchison, Thos., mason, 43 Boglane 
Hutton, James, carter, 25 Boglane 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Irons, Allan, shoemaker, 55 High-st 
Ironside, Jas., weaver, 2 W Mary-st 
Isaac, Wm., wagon-examiner, 16 Maule-st 

Second (Lochlands& Keptie) Ward 

Innes, Alex., street porter, 7 Bridge-st 
Irvine, Peter, baker, 13 Jamieson-st 
Irvine, Robt., labourer, 15 Lochland-st 
Irvine, Robert, teacher, Viewfield-rd 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Inglis, Alan, art-master, 6 Culloden-ter 
Inglis, Rbt, retired manager, 27 Hays\vell-rd 
Irons, F., shoe factory manager, 213J High-st 
Irons, Wm., batcher, 20 Leonard-st 
Ironside, Alex., shoemaker, 29 Leonard-st 
Irvine, Jas., labourer, 7 St Vigeans-rd 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Jack, James, chemist, 27 Ponderlaw-s6 
Jackson, D. W., music-teacher, 272 High-st 
Jackson, John, leather-cutter, 13 E Mary-st 
Jamieson, David, mechanic, 24 W Newgate 
Jamieson, Thos., gas-fitter, 63 Ladybridge 
Jamieson, Wm., mechanic, 28 Kyd-st 
Jarret, Alex., carter, 49 Ladyloan 
Jarret, John, dealer, 15 Millgate-loan 
Jeffray, John, seaman, 38 Glover-st 
Jeffrey, John D., printer, 35 W Newgate 
Jeffrey, Roland, labourer, 22 W Newgate 
Johnson, Geo., printer, Hill-st 
Johnston, And., flaxdresser, 18 Hannah-st 
Johnston, Wm., engineer, S3 Ladyloan 
Joiner, Abner, caretaker, 64 High-st 
Joss, John, journalist, 23 West-port 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Jackson, David, framemaker, 75 Helen-st 
Jamieson, Alex., vanraan, 72 Keptie-st 
Jamieson, David, plasterer, 44 St Mary-st 
Jamieson, Harry, baker, 76J Helen-st 
Jamieson, Jas., machinenian, 14 W. Keptie-st 
Jamieson, John, lapper, 24 Fergus-sq 
Janes, Alex., janitor, 79 Keptie-st 
Johnson, A., clerk, 25 Duke-st 



Johnson, Wm., grocer, 15 Queen-st 
Johnston, Alex., draper, 5 St Mary st 
Johnston, Geo., clerk, 43 EUiot-st 
Johnston, Wm., shipmaster, 2S Victoria-st 
Jones, Llewellyn, dairyman, Emislaw Shade 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Jack, Alex., blacksmith, 6 Stanley-st 
Jack, Jas., sen., residenter, 19 Carnegie-st 
Jack, John, licensed-grocer, 6 Carnegie-st 
Jackson, W. W., music-teacher, 1 Carnegie-st 
Jamieson, David, mechanic, 21 Leonard-st 
Jamieson, Geo., mason, Brechin-rd 
Jamieson, Jas., mechanic, 3 Bakers-wynd 
Jamieson, L. , shoemaker, 31 E Mill-wynd 
Jamieson, Samuel, painter, 56 Howard-st 
Jamieson, W., flaxdresser, 26 Leonard-st 
Janes, Wm., foreman, 12 Brechin-road 
Jarret, David, broker, 39-43 W Abbey-st 
Johnston, Charles, gateman, 15 Kinnaird-st 
Johnston, D., factory- worker, 17 Smithy-croft 
Johnston, D., ironmonger, 23 Ponderlaw-st 
Johnston, Geo., ex-policeman, 9 Abbot-st 
Johnston, H. F., leather-cutter, 37 Fisheracre 
Johnston, John, shoemaker, 14 Howard-st 
Johnston, John, joiner, 33 Howard-st 
Johnston, John, labourer, 51 Guthrie-port 
Johnston, Joseph, lapper, 34 Howard-st 
Johnston, Wm., gardener, The Elms 
Joiner, Geo., labourer, 32 Kinnaird-st 
Jolly, Wm., bleacher, 48 St Vigeans-rd 
Jones, James, moulder, 39 Sidney-st 
Jones, Thos. H., goods-agent, 23 Carnegie-st 
Joss, Alex., confectioner, 20 Howard-st 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Keillor, Geo., butcher, 24 Glover-st 
Keillor, Win., grocer, 77 Ladyloan 
Keith, G., sailmaker, 7 Ann-st 
Kerr, Charles, shoemaker, 3 W Mary-st 
Kerr, D., factory worker, 6 Jam^s-st 
Kerr, George, flesher, 3 Lordburn 
Key, Alex. I., postman, 23 Glover-st 
Kidd, David, fisherman, 10 W Newgate 
Kinloch, George, boot-finisher, 85 Millgate-ln 
Kinloch, Robert C, banker, 74 High-st 
Kinnear, John, fireman, 61 High-st 
Kirk, James, tobacconist, 11 West-pt 
Kirkland, W , postman, 39 W Newgate 
Kyd, David, wood-turner, 31 Gravesend 
Kydd, Geo., ironmoulder, 6 James-st 
Kydd, Jas., fisherman, 26 Seagate 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Kaighin, Henry, tenter, 18 Rossie-st 
Keith. David A., lapper, 43 Rossie-st 
Kelly, Jas., broken. 22 Keptie-st 
Kelly, Richard, surgeon, 01 Keptie-st 
Kemp, George, slater, 25 St Mary-st 
Kennedy, Alex., chemist, 4 Bridge-st 
Kenneth, G. S., pastry-baker, 9 Bridge-st 
Kerr, D., licensed grocer, 9 Fergus-sq 
Kerr, James, labourer, 16 Fergus-st 
Kerrison, G., sanitarj -inspector, 93 Keptie-st 
Kettles, Edward, labourer, 36 Fergus-sq 
Kidd, David, coachman, Bloomfield 
King, Alfred, slater, 11 J Fergus-sq 
King, Arthur, shoemaker, 11 Elliot-st 
Kinloch, David, labourer, 14 Robert-st 
Kinnear, David, joiner, 69 Keptie-st 



130 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Established 1809. 




North British 



AND 



MERCANTILE 

INSURANCE COMPANY, 

In which are vested the Shares of the Railway 

Passengers Assurance Coy. and the Ocean 

Marine Insurance Coy. Ltd. 



ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS. 

Personal Accidents. Motor Car. Annuity. 

Accidents and Illness. Lifts. Marine. 

Railway Accidents. Burglary, Transit of Securities. 

Employer's Liability. Fidelity Guarantee. Loss of Profits. 

Public Liability. Plate Glass. Live Stock. 



Total Funds, - £23,600,000 

Revenue 1913, - £5,630,000 

Claims Paid, - £73,000,000 

» 
Prospectus on Application, 

Chief S EDINBURGH, 64r PRINCES STREET 

Offices I LONDON, .. 61 THREADNEEDLE STREET, E.C. 

DUNDEE BRANCH, ... 13 PANMURE STREET. 



AGENTS IN ARBROATH: 

NORMAN M'BAIN, Solicitor. R. C. KINLOCH, Bank of Scotland. 

REID, LORIMER, & MOON, Solicitors. W. J. ROLLO, Commercial Bank. 
D. D. SANDEMAN, Jun., Solicitor. W. E. CRICHTON, C.A. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



131 



Kinnear, David, labourer, 43 St Mary-st 
Einnear, George, engineer, 21 Fergus-st 
Kniglit, John, signalman, 7 George-st 
Knight, John, labourer, 10 Robert-st 
Knowles, Jas., contractor, 50 Fergus-sq 
Kydd, David F. , labourer, 4S Fergus-stj 
Kydd, Jas., joiner, 59 Di.sliland-st 
Kydd, James, residenter, 74 Helen-st 
Kydd, James, clerk, 61 Rossie-st 
Kydd, R. M. R., joiner, 59 Dishland-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Keillor, A., bleacher, 39 Leonard-st 
Keillor, A., trac.-engine driver, 17 Leonard-st 
Keillor, Robert, navy man, S Breehin-rd 
Keith, John, sailmaker, 21 Culloden-rd 
Kemp, Wdi., carter. 9 Culloden-rd 
Kennedy, James, plasterer, 61 l.eonard-st 
Kennedy, Theodore, gasfitter, 21 Palmer-st - 
Kidd, Alex., butcher, 70 St Vigeans-rd 
Kidd. Francis, labourer, 7 Cross Mill-vd 
Kidd, Thos., irondresser, 8 W Mill-wynd 
Kiddie, Andw., mouUler, 44 Kinnaird-st 
King, David B., clerk, Neville-st 
King, Jas. 13., pattern-maker, 37 Cainegie-st 
King, Jas. G., shoemaker, 11 Hill-terrace 
King. Wm., joiner, 56 Howard-st 
Kinnear, David, sheriff-officer, 23 Cairnie-st 
Kinnear, David, chairmaker, 27 Culloden-rd 
Kinnear, Win., ironturner, 51 Sidney-st 
Kydd, H., shoemaker, 25 Ponderlaw-st 
Kydd, Jas., vaninan, 9 Fisheracre 
Kydd, John, barman, 9 Fisheracre 
Kydd, John, salesman, 2 Cairnie-pl 
Kydd, Robert, mechanic, 9 Fisheracre 
Kydd, Wm., tenter, 31 W Mill-wd 
Kydd, Wm., mechanic, IS Brechin-rd 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Laing, Alex., baker, 36 Ladybridge-st 
Laing, David, M.D., Maule-st 
Laird, John, flaxdresser, 36 Ann-st 
Lamb John, butcher, 17 West-port 
Lamb, Robert, labourer, 35 Lindsay-st 
Laniond, Alex., goods agent, 36 W Newgate 
Larnach, D., warehouseman, 07i Millgate-ln 
Law, Jas., engineer, 9 East Grimsby 
Law, Jas., enginser, S Hill-nad 
Leith, Jas., grocer, Keptie-angle 
Leslie, James G., coal merchant, 9 Millgate 
Leslie, Peter, labourer, 14 Anu-st 
Lesslie, C. H., dentist, 82'Marketgate 
Leuchars, Geo. R., labourer, 23 Millgate-ln 
Liddle, And. B., law-clerk, 181 High-st 
Lindsay, D., plumber, 184 High-st 
Lindsay, David, flaxdresser. 33 Ladyloan 
Lindsay, Jas. C, clerk, 175 High-st 
Lindsay, John C, tinsmith, 8 Applegate 
Lindsay, Thos., music-teacher, 175 High-st 
Lindsay, Wm., police constable, 21 Jolm-st 
Lindsay, W., flaxdresser, 10 W Newgate 
Lindsay, W., factory-worker, 21 W Newgate 
Lisk, Andrew jr., vintner, 11 Brothock-bridge 
Littlejohn, Alex., labourer, 25 High-st 
Littlejohn, D., solicitor, 33 Coiumerce-st 
Littlejohn, Jas., plumber, 14 John-st 
Littlejohn, Robert, labourer, 21 Lonlburn 
Livieston, James, tenter, 7 Bank-st 
Livingstone, James, labourer, 18 Panmure-st 
Livingstone, Wm , residenter, 2 Millgate-loan 
Logan, Joseph, clerk, 20 Kyd-st 



Logie, Craig, clicker, 1 Hili-road 

Low, G. W., grocer, 240 High-st 

Low, Jas., shopman, 4S Ladyloan 

Low, John, coachman, 45 Hill-st 

Low, Robt., gardener, 35 Ann-st 

Lownie, A. S., clerk, 27 Bank-st 

Lowson, Alex., litter, 39 Ladybridge-st 

Lowson, Geo., signalman, 14 Hannah-st 

Luingair, Alex., carter, 24 Kyd-st 

Lumsden, Michael, shoemaker, 210 High-st 

Lundie, Alex , ironworker, 33 Lindsay-st 

Lundie, Andrew, clerk, 3 Gaytield 

Lundie, J.', shoemaker, 29 Lordburn 

Lyall, David C, spirit merchant, 268 High-st 

Lyall, James, labourer, 47 Panmure-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Lac.kie, John, residenter, 47 Green-st 
Laing, James, residenter, 4 Colvill-pl 
Laing, J., market-gardener, AnufieHl 
Laing, Wm., baker, 10 Fergu?-sq 
Laird, James, farmer, Rosebrae 
Lamb, David, clerk, 34 Addison-pl 
Lamb, John, labourer, Lochlands 
Lamond, James, lappsr, 86 Helen-st 
Lauglands, Alex., joiner, 11 George-st 
Law, Robert, vanman, 4 Fergus-sq 
Lawrie, Jas. M'Kay, lapper, 5 George-st 
Lawson, Alex , moulder, 34 Keptie-st 
Leadingham, Win., maehineman, 69 Helen-st 
Learmonth, J. W. B., shipmaster, Keptie-rd 
Leckie, William, mechanic, 19 Elliot-st, 
Lee, G. W., teacher, " Brooklyn" 
Leighton, John, labourer, 46 St Mary-st 
Leslie, Charles, gardener, 5 Lochland-st 
Leslie, G. A., school janitor, 44J Cairnie-st 
Leslie, Mark, surfaceman, 15 Green-st 
Leslie, R., surveyor of cargoes, Nolt Loan-rd 
Liddle, Rev. D. F., Lochville, Keptie-rd 
Lindsay, Alex., postman, 36 Fergus-sq 
Lindsay, Jas., plumber, 31 St Mary-st 
Lindsay, John, flaxdresser. 41 Green-st 
Lindsay, Robt., labourer, 8 Jamieson-st 
Logan, John, manufacturer, 9 Viewlield-rd 
Low. Alex., railway-worker, 22 Dishland-st 
Low, David, iron-worker, 26 Gowan-st 
Low, James L., accountant, 13 Hillend-rd 
Low, John, niachineman, 59 St Mary-st 
Low, Robert, boot-manager, 64 Lochland-st 
Low, Robert, residenter, 37 Green-st 
Lowe, John, waste-merchant, 94 Keptie-st 
Lowe, Geo. B., factory-worker, 33 Elliot-st 
Lownie, Alex., printer, 58 Fergus-sq 
Lownie, John, flaxdresser, 9 Gowau-st 
Lowson, Alex. P., coal-agent, 53 Kentie-st 
Lowson, Stewart, weaver, 9 Catherine-st 
Lumgair, Alex , tailor, 5 Rossie-st 
Luingair, Geo., weaver, 9 Anderson-st 
Lundie, James, shoemaker, 9.| Dishland-st 
Lyall, Win., cabinetmaker, SJ Dishland-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 
Laing, David, hawker, 10 Ponderlaw-lane 
Lamb, David, labourer, 1 Cro s Mill-wynd 
Lamb, James L., coachman, 4 Hill-ter 
Lamb, Robert, labourer, 2 Rosebank 
Lambert, Andrew, currier, 18 W Abbey-st 
Langlands, H. T., engineer, 22 Hayswell-rd 
Law, Arthur, carter, 26 Hamilton-green 
Law, Jas., eowfeeder, 24 Brechin-rd 



132 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

CHARLES GRAY, 

Sale and Cover Maker, 

22 NORTH GRIMSBY, ARBROATH. 

• — ♦ 

TENTS and MARQUEES Made to Order. ROPES, TWINES, &c, 

of all kinds. SHOP SUNSHADES 

Horse, Stack, Engine, Sail, or other Covers to Order. 

'Phone 2y4. Estimates Given for all Kinds of Canvas Work. 

David J. Scott 

GLASS MERCHANT & GLAZIER. 



Dealer in Sheet, Polished Plate, Silvered Plate, Rough Plate, 

Figured Rolled, Cathedral Rolled, Muffled, Rippled, 

Opal, Muranese. 

Memorial Windows, Church Windows, Domestic Windows, 

Glass Blinds, Glass Embossing, Glass Bevelling, 

Glass Brilliant Cut, Glass Bending. 

Greenhouse and Roof Painting Done by Experienced Workmen. 



Every Description of Plain and Ornamental Lead Glazing. 

Special Designs and Estimates Submitted on Application. 



BROTHOCK BRIDGE, ARBROATH. 

And BANK STREET, DUNDEE. 

Telephone 107. 



PETER R. GO WANS 

Stationer, Newsagent, and Tobacconist, 

67 MARKETGATE, ARBROATH. 

Newspapers and Periodicals Promptly Delivered. Fancy Goods of Every Description. 
All the most Famed Brands of CIGARETTES in Stock. 

All kinds of Trout ^^^ and Sea Fishing Tackle 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



133 



Lawrence, David, shoemaker, 8 Barbers-croft 
Lawrence, Jas., mill-overseer, 7 Palmer-st 
Lawrence, Win, mason, 5 St Vigeans-rd 
Lawson, W. E., residenter, 49 E Abbey-st 
Leadingham, D., engine-fitter, 44 Leonard-st 
Leadingham, John, labourer, 12 Bakers-wynd 
Ledingliam, John, mason, 10 Smithy-croft 
Lees, Henry, labourer, 11 St Vigeans-rd 
Lefevre, Ernest N. clerk, Ernestst 
Legge, John, labourer, 15 Cross Mill-wd 
Lennox, T. A., carter, 21 Ponderlaw-st 
Leslie, Frank, engineer, 40 Sidney-st 
Leslie, Jas., bleacher, 35 North -port 
Leslie, John, ironworker, 259 High-st 
Leslie, W. H. G., newsagent, W Keptie-st 
Leuchars, Andrew, collector, 20 Hamilton-gn 
Leuchars, D., mill- foreman, 24 Wardmill-rd 
Leuchars, Joseph, mechanic, 25 Palmer-st 
Leuchars, Wm., mill worker, 14 Leonard-st 
Leuchars, Wm. F., traveller, 13 E. ADbey-st 
Liddle, Jas., seaman, 03 Leonard-st 
Lilley, Rev. Jas. P., Cairnie-rd 
Lindsay, James, flaxdresser, 14 Bakers-wynd 
Lindsay, John W., signalman, 11 St Vigeans-rd 
Lindsay, Wm. , lorryman, 5 Ernest-st 
Lisk, Andrew, mason, 18 W Abbey-st 
Littlejohn, David, joiner, 11 Kinnaird-st 
Littlejohn, W., shoemaker, 25 Sidney-st 
Livingstone, John, labourer, 11 Leonard-st 
Low, Alex., labourer, Cairniehill 
Low, John, spirit-salesman, 19 St Vigeans-rd 
Luw, Robert, mechanic, 19 Culloden-rd 
Lowden, David, shoemaker, 28 Sidney-st 
Lowden, James, woodturner, 36 Sidney-st 
Lucas, James, clicker, 11 Sidney-st 
Lumgair, Chas., mill-foreman, 21 Abbot-st 
Lyall, Alex., mill-foreman, 27 W Mill-wd 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Macadam, Albert, moulder, 27 Bank-st 
Macdonald, D. R., hatter, 9 Bank-st 
Macdonald, W. K., town-clerk, Windmill-ho 
Mackay, David, upholsterer, 39J W Grimsby 
Mackenzie, J.machineman, 38 Ladybridge-st 
Mackenzie, Jas. R., merchant, 143 High-st 
Mackintosh, J., solicitor, 2 Seaton-rd 
M'Andrew, Alex., labourer, 33 Lindsay-st 
M'Ardle, John, postman, 46 Ladyloan 
M'Arthur. J. C, warehouseman, ISO High-st 
M'Bain, Norman, solicitor, 10 Rosemount-rd 
M'Caffray, John, residenter, 1 Applegate 
M'Cartney, James, lapper, 45 Wallace-st 
M'Cormack, C, light-keeper, Signal-tower 
M'Donald, D., light-keeper, Signal-tower 
M'Donald, W. B., patternmaker, 29 Glover-st 
M'Farlane, J. P., iron merchant, 31 Glover-st 
M'Gillivary, Wm., painter, 41 John-st 
M'Glashan, D., blacksmith, 12 W Grimsby 
M'Glashan, Robert, shoemaker, 20 Hannah-st 
M'Gregor, James, vanman, 6 Hope-st 
M'Gurk, John, millworker, 21 Church-st 
M'Intosh, Alex., factory worker, 6 Glover-st 
M'Intosh, James, mason, 51 Ladyloan 
M'lntyre, David, carpenter, 1 Ann-st 
M'lvor, Thos., beamer, 12 Church-st 
M'Kay, John, tug-master, 39 Wallace-st 
M'Kay, Wm., baker, 25 Glover-st 
M'Kenzie, Edwin, mechanic, 56 Marketgate 
M'Kenzie, James, carpenter, 10 Kyd-st 
M'Kenzie, Wm., engine-driver, 23 Church-st 



M'Kinnon, Thos., shoemaker, 19 N Grimsby 
M'Lee, Kenneth, carter, 24 Millgate-ln 
M'Leod, Norman, postal clerk, 12S£ High-st 
M'Nicoll, John, baker, 37 Lordburn 
M'Pherson, Edwin, bleacher, 43 Ladyloan 
M'Quade, John, labourer, S W Mary-st 
M'Wattie, Jas., tobacco-mfr., Nolt Loan-rd 
Main, Alex., residenter, 2 Gayfield 
Main, Robert, joiner, 17 Ann-st 
Malcolm, C. R. S., clerk, Br'hock B'k Cottage 
Malcolm, Peter, residenter, 28 Hannah-st 
Mann, Alex., ploughman, 8 Shore 
Mann, C, ironworker, 20 Hill-pl 
Mann, Jas., coachman, 27 W Newgate 
Mann, M. S., vandriver, 17 S Grimsby 
Mann, Thos., coachman, i Church-st 
Mann, Wm., slater, 20 Panmure-st 
Marr, James, tinsmith, 71 Ladyloan 
Marr, James, warehouseman, 15 Gravesend 
Marshall, Robert, blacksmith, 23 Lordburn 
Marshall, Wm., flax-inspector, 10 John-st 
Martin, C. L., clerk, 110 High-st 
Martin, James, mason, 24 High-st 
Martin, James, blacksmith, 3 W Newgate 
Mather, Alex., hall-keeper, 75 High-st 
Mather, John Duke, saddler, 59 High-st 
Mather, S, H., storekeeper, 19 Panmure-st 
Mather, William, saddler, 59 High-st 
Mathers, D., factory worker, 55£ Panmure-st 
Matheson, Frank, joiner, 7 Hannah-st 
Mathewson, A. S., painter, lirothock-bridge 
Mathewson, John, vanman, 5 W Newgate 
Matthew, Robert, mechanic, Park-st 
Matthew, Wm., factory- worker, 34 Ann-st 
Maxwell, David, lathsplitter, 5 Osborne-ter 
Maxwell, Henry, flaxdresser, 20 Park-st 
Meek, John, labourer, 36 Hannah-st 
Menmuir, Alex., weaver, 35 W Mary-st 
Michie, Jas. M. B., billposter, 18 Church-st 
Middleton, Alex., cabinetmaker, 31 Mitigate 
Middleton, Geo., flaxdresser, IS Millgate-ln 
Middleton, Wm., carter, 22 Ann-st 
Middleton, Wm., cabinetmaker, 13 Millgate 
Middleton, Wm., jun., cabinetmaker, 3 Shore 
Mill, David, shoemaker, 24 VV Mary-st 
Mill, Thomas, labourer, 29 Lordburn 
Mill, Wm., carter, 2 Wallace-st 
Millar, C, plumber, 47 Panmure-st 
Millar, G. H., tailor, James-st 
Miller, T., warehouseman, 30 Millgate-Loan 
Miller, William F., shoemaker, 56 High-st 
Milligan, J. B., draper, 109 High-st 
Mills, Alex., gardener, 10 Kyd-st 
Miln, George, draper, 1 Hill-rd 
Milne, Alex., electric-engineer, 20 Park-st 
Milne, James, flaxdresser, 16 Ann-st 
Milne, James, stableman, 37 Lordburn 
Milne, James, residenter, 10 Hannah-st 
Milne, John, machineman, 10 Wallace-st 
Milne, W., baker, 22 Ann-st 
Milne, Wm., factory-worker, 11 W Mary-st 
Mitchell, A., tailor, 37 W Newgate 
Mitchell, David, porter, 248 High-st 
Mitchell, Duncan, carter, 18 Millgate-loan 
Mitchell, Thos., lather, 14 Glover-st 
Moir, Wm., warehouseman, 7 Applegate 
Molteni, John A., mechanic, 30 Millgate-loan 
Moore, John, mechanic, 39 John-st 
Moonlight, James, contractor, 55 W Grimsby 
Monro, Andrew, ironworker, 42 Applegate 



134 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Telephone No. 77. 

James Robertson & Son 

JOINERS, CONTRACTORS, 

UN DERTAKERS, 
AND LICENSED VALUATORS. 

■HiHiiiaitimiwiiHiiiHimiiimiiHiiiaiiiHiiu 

!By the application of the most Up-to-T)ate Methods 
and Machinery, and the Careful Personal Supervision 
of all Orders, they are prepared to (Execute all Work 
entrusted to them in the most Efficient and Economical 
£%Canner. 



Special Attention given to 

ehureh furnishings, Offiee Sittings & furniture, 
Shop Sittings, Shew Gases, &e. 



Jobbing Work Carefully and Promptly Attended to. 

ESTIMATES GIVEN. 



JOINERY 'WORKS, 

MILLGATE, ARBROATH. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



135 



Monro, David, beamer, 3 W Newgate 
Morran James, bleacher, 1 Murray-place 
Morris, Joseph, gasfitter, 56 Marketgate 
Morrison, A. W., railway-porter, 6 Hope-st 
Morrison, Arch., moulder, 25 John-st 
Morrison, Jas., carter, 43 Ladyloan 
Morrison, John, labourer, 71 Ladyloan 
Morton, P. D., confectioner, 33 W Grimsby 
Mostyn, John, fireman, 1 Old Shore-head 
Mowbraj-, R., carter, S Bank-st 
Mudie, David, weaver, 19 Park-st 
Muir, George, tenter, IS Millgate-ln 
Munro, W., labourer, 25 Panmure-st 
Murray, Robt., labourer, 11 Wallace-st 
Myles, G., bookseller, 23 Ladyloan 
Myles, William, tailor, 41 Millgate-ln 

Second (Lochlands& Keptie) Ward 

Macdonald, F. F., solicitor. Cliff -house 
Macionald, George, coachman, Denley 
Macdonald, J., chief-constable, Nolt Loan-rd 
Macdonald, James, engineer, 93 Keptie-st 
Macgregor, A., hammerman, 9 Russell-st 
Mackay, N. S. , solicitor, 4 Nolt Loan-rd 
Mackie, George, carter, 26 St Mary-st 
Macleod, E., labourer, 21 Rossie-st 
Maclure, Edward, dyer, 72 Helen-st 
Maclure, John M'C, dyer, 3 Fergus-sq 
M'Andrew, Win., plasterer, 27 Dishland-st 
M'Callum, A., teacher, " Machrimore " 
M'Callum, John, railway-guard, 27 Duke-st 
M'Comb, Robeit, bleacher, 15 Dishland-st 
M'Ewan, Thos. , signalman, 14 Colvill-pl 
M'Glashan. G. P., shipmaster, Galea 
M'Gregor, H., hairdresser, 50 St Mary-st 
M'Gregor, Jas., railway-guard, 13 Elliot-st 
M'Gregor, J. K., railway porter, 18 St Mary-st 
M'Intosh, A., tenter, 32 St Mary-st 
M'Intosh,R., fact'y-manager, 43 Loehlauds-dr 
M'Kay, Andrew, flaxdresser, 14 Robert-st 
M'Kay, Norman, blacksmith, 6 Lochland-st 
M'Kechnie, Robert, moulder, 26 St Mary-st 
M'Kinlay, John G., brewer, 2 Nolt Loan-rd 
M'Laren, Charles, labourer, 27 Dishland-st 
M'Laren, Jas., engine-driver, 62 Lochland-st 
M'Lean, David, shoemaker, 34 Keptie-st 
M'Lean, William, vintner, 16 Lochland-st 
M'Leod, Jas., clerk, 6 Fergus-sq 
M'Nab, Geo., marine engineer, Rosemoutit-rd 
M'Naughton, W., moulder, 8 Russell-st 
M'Neill, Duncan, residenter, Nolt Loan-rd 
M'Nicol, A., mill-foreman, 43 Dishland-st 
M'Nicoll, D., blacksmith, 22 St Mary-st 
M'Night, Edward, labourer, 44 Fergus-sq 
M'Pherson, Jas., enginedriver, 37 Green-st 
M'Quillan, T. A., excise officer, 20 Hillend-rd 
M'Rae, David, manager, 93 Keptie-st 
M'William, Rev. John, 6 Dalhonsie-pl 
Mailer, Alexander, mason, 51 Rossie-st 
Malcolm, James, hotelkeeper, 3S Keptie-st 
Mann, David, mason, 17 Fergus-sq 
Mann, James, moulder, 9 George-st 
Mann, Wm., tailor, 42 Dishland-st 
Manson, D. L., laundrymanager, Hayshead-rd 
Manzie, Jas. L., labourer, 39 Rossie-st 
Marshall, David B. , shipmaster, Salisbury -pi 
Martin, Alex., gardener, 26 Jamieson-st 
Martin, Chas., bleacher, H Fergus-square 
Martin, G. P., butler, 36 Rossie-st 
Martin, John, residenter, 7 Duke-st 



Martin, John B., stationer, 2 Gowan-st 
Martin, Wm., grocer, 62 Fergus-sq 
Mason, J. Lee, residenter, Nolt Loan-rd 
Masson, Wm. , residenter, 22 Helen-st 
Mather, David, flaxdresser, 23 Duke-st 
Mather, John, painter, 3 Ijochland-st 
Mathers, Chas., painter, 42 Keptie-st 
Mathew, Albert, ironturner, 42 Cairnie-st 
Mathew, Alex. L., bottler, 10 Helen-st 
Mathew, David S., mechanic, 64 Rossie-st 
Mathew, Wm., bleacher, 15 Fergus-st 
Mathewson, Jas., boilermaker, 79 Keptie-st 
Mathewson, Jas., mechanic, 4 Fergus-sq 
Matthew, John, clothier, Nolt Loan-rd 
Meek, David, labourer, 29 Fergus-sq 
Meekison, Wm. M., tailor, 25 Rossie-st 
Meffau, J. M., jeweller, 22 Nolt Loan-road 
Meldrum, G., slater, 13 Fergus-st 
Melville, D. H., cabinetmaker, 22 Jamieson-st 
Middleton, Chas., warehouseman, 6 Robert-st 
Middleton, Jas., carter, 26 Helen-st ■ 
Mill, Duncan, flaxdresser, 13 Russell-st 
Mill, Jas., insurance-agent, 32 W Keptie-st 
Millar, Thos., gardener, 13 Colvill-pl 
Mills, Richard, factoryworker, 12 Russell-st 
Milne, A., labourer, 62 Helen-st 
Milne, Chas., residenter, Hillcrest, Keptie-rd 
Milne, David, railway-porter, 15 Jamieson-st 
Milne, David, machineman, 28 Green-st 
Milne, Edward, shoemaker, 64 Fergus-sq 
Milne, Geo., S., mechanic 55 Helen-st 
Milne, Jas., mill-foreman, 27 St Mary-st 
Milne, Jas., labourer, 17 Fergus-st 
Milne, Wm., mechanic, SS Keptie-st 
Minto, F., road-surveyor, 1 Hillend-rd 
Mitchell, Alex., baker, 1 Elliot-st 
Mitchell, D., labourer, 3 Elliot-st 
Mitchell, James, lapper, 11 Jamieson-st 
Mitchell, James, labourer, 6 Dishland-st 
Mitchell, James, flaxdresser, 18 Dishland-st 
Mitchell, John, flaxdresser, 7 Fergus-st 
Mitchell, Thos., com. -traveller, 32 Victoria-st 
Mitchell, Wm., slater, 30 \V Keptie-st 
Moffat, J., umbrella-maker, 22 Dalhousie-pl 
Moil', Jas., traveller, 2 Queen-st 
Moir, J., labourer, IS Colvill-pl 
Moncur, D., retired-grocer, 70 Nolt Loan-rd 
Moore, Chas.. butcher, 62 J Keptie-st 
Moore, D. , lapper, 47 Rossie-st 
Moore, Geo., irondresser, 9 Lochland-st 
Moore, John, moulder, 67 Lochland-st 
Morris, Thos., bleacher, 72 Lochland-st 
Morris, W., retired-shipmaster, 45 Dishland-st 
Morrison, Adam, tailor, 3J Fergus-st 
Morrison, A. T., bank-teller, 3 Alexandra-pl 
Morrison, George, clicker, 15 Dishland-st 
Mortimer, T. W., moulder, 64 Fergus-sq 
Motion, James, engine-driver, 12 Russell-st 
Muir. W. M„ painter, 30 Helen-st 
Mundin, David, painter, 100 Keptie-st 
Munro. Chas.. labourer, 62 Helen-st 
Murray, Alfred, mechanic, 14 Rossie-st 
Murray, David, joiner, 20 Rossie-st 
Murray, Rev. Jas., 34 Gowan-st 
Murray, 1!., signalman, 60 Fergus-sq 
Murray, Win., surfaceman, 3 Lochland-st 
Myles, Albert, tailor, 13 Russell-st 
Myles, Geo., currier, 4 Queen-st 
Myles, George, residenter, 19 Fergus-st 
Mvles, Jas., joiner, 5 Fergus-sq 



136 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Telephone No. 156 




amsay & Gordon 



|htiltes antr Contractors, 

Yard, - - - FERGUS SQUARE 

House, - - - 51 ROSSI E STREET 

A.RBROATH. 



Estimates Given for all kinds of Mason Work. 



Jobbing of every Description Promptly Attended to. 



SIGHT-TESTING 

S PECTACLES 

AND 

EYE-GLASSES 

No Charge for Testing. 

HOWAT DUNCAN, 

(Qualified Optician by Examination, London), 

209 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH. 





M. Ph. S., 
D. B.O. A. 



The Arbroath Herald' Sporting Page 

Appeals to all "Red Lichties " at Home and Abroad. 
Full and Brightly-Written Reports of all Games. Price One HaIf=Penny. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



137 



Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Macdonald, A., residenter, 10-12 Lillies-wynd 
M'Alpine, Joseph, flaxdresser, 7 Refonn-st 
M'Ardle, G., shoemaker, 33 Sidney-st 
M'Ardle, John, shoemaker, 7 Sidney-st 
M'Bain, James, chemist, 25 Carnegie-st 
M'Bey, David, bleacher, 12 Barngreen 
M'Donald, J., labourer, 60 Brechin-rd 
M'Donald, John, litter, 17 Kinnaird-st 
M'Donald, Peter, butcher, 43 bidney-st 
M'Donald, Win., flaxdresser, 9 Hay's-lane 
M'Dowall, ffra., haeklemaker, 9 Stuart-st 
M'Ewan. Win., dairyman, 62 Brechin-rd 
M'Farlane, James, residenter, 11 Abbot-st 
M'Farlane,T.P., waste iuerc't.,11 StVigeans-rd 
M'Glashan, Chas., mechanic, 62 St Vigeans-rd 
M'Gregor, David, shoemaker, 44 Ernest-st 
M'Gregor, David, blacksmith, 3f> Leonard-st 
M'Gregor, D., milhvorker, 45 Sidney-st 
M'Gregor, Wm., mason, 7 Stuart-st 
M'Intosh, Donald, currier, 80 Brechin-rd 
M'intosh, Jas., engineer, 41 Kinuaird-sl 
M'Intyre, Geo., clerk, 1 Cairnie-pl 
M'Kay, Andrew, mason, 3 Rosebank 
M'Kenzie, Donald, collector, 2 W Abbey-st 
M'Kenzie, Jas., mechanic, 20 Ernest-st 
M'Kenzie, James, flesher, 6 St Vigeans-rd 
M'Kinnon, Hugh, labourer, 4 Bakers-wynd 
M'Lagan, Jas., labourer, 15 Leonard-st 
M'Laren, Chas., mason, Strachan-st 
M'Laren, P., patternmaker, 33 Howard-st 
M'Lauchlin, Andw., residenter, 42 Howard-st 
M'Lauchlan, Edwin, engineer, 72 Howard-st 
M'Lean, Andrew, shoemaker, 22 W Abbey-st 
M'Lean, J., spirit-dealer, 2-6 Barngreen 
M'Lean, J. R., turner, 4i Hamilton-green 
M'Leay, J. G., foreman, 28 Hamilton-green 
M'Lennan, David, pastry baker, 11 Hays-lane 
M'Lennan, John, labourer, 9 Cross Mill-wd 
M'Leod, Evan, clerk, 32 Hayswell-road 
M'Leod, John, blacksmith, 38 Leonard-st 
M'Leod, Wm., tailor's-cutter, 15 Hayswell-rd 
M'Millan, Geo., residenter, 3 St Vigeans-rd 
M'Millan, Jas., factory-worker, 20 Howard-st 
M'Millan, W., insurance-agent, I Cairnie-pl 
M'Millen, James, hawker, 13 fiays-Iaue 
M'Pheat, Hector, shoemaker, 27 Howard-st 
M'Pherson, Alfred, labourer, 11 Guthrie-hill 
M'Pherson, Donald, greenkeeper, 5 Palmer-st 
M'Pherson, James, flaxdresser, Reform-st 
M'Pherson, Wm., labourer, 8-10 Bakers-wynd 
M 'Queen, Albert, dealer, 13 Cross Mill-wynd 
M'Queen, Jas., labourer, 16 Guthrie-port 
M'Quillan, A., watchmaker, 50 Guthrie-port 
M 'Walter, Alex., farmer, 25 W Abbey-st 
Malcolm, David fireman, 5 Kinnaird st 
Malcolm, John, flaxdresser, 50 Leonard-st 
Malcolm, Wm., mechanic, 13 Abbot-st 
Maioolmson, H., labourer, 15 Convent-st 
Maney, J. G., timekeeper, 7 Guthrie-port 
Mann, Alex. H., cutter, 23 Howard-st 
Mann, Geo., Hbourer, 20 Smithy-croft 
Mann, Thos shoemaker, 24 Lillies-wd 
Mann, Wm., mason, 35 Ogilvy-place 
Marnie, Andrew gardener, 11 Convent-st 
Mamie, S. , residenter, 19 Sidney-st 
Marr, illan, lapper, 33 Kinnaird-st 
Marr, V C, licensed grocer, 30 Hayswell-rd 
Marr, W. C, labourer, 8 St Vigeans-rd 
Marshall. John, currier, 26 Hamilton-green 



Martin, Gilbert, upholsterer, 33 Leonard-st 
Martin, James, fitter, 10 St Vigeans-rd 
Martin, Thos., tailor, 49 Barngreen 
Martin, Wm., janitor, Elm-ter, Brechin-rd 
Masen, James, mason, 6 Smithy-croft 
Mason, Jas., shoemaker, 38 St Vigeans-rd 
Mather, Alex., milhvorker, 14 Leonard-st 
Mathers, John, gardener, 5 St Vigeans-rd 
Matthew, Benjamin, bleacher, 36 S Vigeans-rd 
Matthew, David, ironturner, 4S E Abbey-st 
Matthew, S., engineer's-trav., 29 Hayswell-rd 
Matthews, Geo., mill-overseer, 15 Abbot-st 
Maxwell, Geo., seaman, 19 Fisheracre 
Mayburgh, Chas., engine fitter, 21 Guthrie-pt 
Meek, Alex., labourer, 29 W Mill-wynd 
Meek, Jas., traction-engineer, 24 Sidney-st 
Meekison, Robert, painter, 19 Hay's-lane 
Middleton, Robert, labourer, 11 Guthrie-hill 
Mill, Allan, grocer, S Howard-st 
Mill, Jas., shoemaker, 39 Fisheracre 
Mill, Stewart, licensed-grocer, 35 Hayswell-rd 
Mill, Wm., stonebreaker, 11 Cross Mill-wd 
Mill, Win. S., mechanic, 17 Ernest-st 
Millan, Wm., flaxdresser, 3 Barbers-croft 
Millar, Rev. E. W., 2 Springfield-terrace 
Millar, Geo., residenter, 17 Convent-st 
Millar, H. S., ironturner, 38 Kinnaird-st 
Millar, John, residenter, Maybank-cot 
Millar, Wm., fitter, 3S Howard-st 
Miller, Alex., shoemaker, S Carnegie-st 
Miller, Jas., baker, 35 Fisheracre 
Miller, Stephen C, engineer. 4 Culloden-ter 
Milligan, Robert, draper, 4 W Abbey-st 
Milne, Adam, cab-driver, 33 East Abbey-st 
Milne, Alex., coachman, S Stanley-st 
Milne. Alex., flaxdresser, 12 Bakers-wynd 
Milne, Alfred, weaver, 30 L«onard-st 
Milne, Chas., shoemaker, 69 Sydney-st 
Milne, Chas., residenter, 7 Hayslane 
Milne, Charles, tenter, 35 Kinnaird-st 
Milne, David, shoemaker, 15 Ponderlaw-st 
Milne, Isaac, moulder, 24 Howard-st 
Milne, James, porter, 15 St Vigeans-rd 
Milne, John, labourer, 19 East Abbey-st 
Milne. John, carter, 6 St Vigeans-rd 
Milne, Thos. B., mechanic, 25 W Mill-wd 
Mitchell, Chas., engine-driver, 17 Barngreen 
Mitchell, Chas., traveller, 31 Cairnie-st 
Mitchell, Chas., engineer, Balgowan-cot 
Mitchell, Chas., labourer, 32 St Vigeans-rd 
Mitchell, David, currier, 18 W Abbey-st 
Mitchell, David, mechanic, S St Vigeans-rd 
Mitchell, David B., moulder, 13 Lillies-wd 
Mitchell, David B., moulder, 18 Brechin-rd 
Mitchell, James, watchman, 2 W Mill-wynd 
Mitchell, John F., fireman, 79 Guthrie-port 
Mitchell, Wm., blacksmith, 4 Ponderlaw-lane 
Moffat, C. A., moulder, 19 Leonard-st 
Moffat, Jas., missionary, 19 Howard-st 
Moir, Win., brassmoulder, 72 St Vigeans-rd 
Mollison, Alex., currier, 23 E Abbey-st 
Mollison, C, ironmonger, 25 E Abbey-st 
Mollison, John, vanman, 6 Abbot-st 
Mollison, Robt., tailor, 12| Academy-st 
Monro, James, baker, 11 Lillies-wynd 
Moore, Alex., shoemaker, 37 Sidney-st 
Morgan, Jas., grocer, 27 Lillies-wd 
Munro, Alex., labourer, 9 W Mill-wd 
Munro, James, engineer, 41 Culloden-rd 
Munro, Jas., mechanic, 45 Leonard-st 



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ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



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Munro, Thomas, moulder, 26 Wardinill-rd 
Murray, A. W., vintner, 11 E Abbey-st 
Murray, James, labourer, 27 Abbot-st 
Murray, John, shoemaker, Wardmill Cottage 
Myles, C. Y., tailor's cutter, Wellbank-house 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Nairn, Henry, fisherman, 19 High-st 
Nairn, Jas., cabinetmaker, 62 Gravesend 
Napier, Alex., lapper, 12 Hannah-st 
Napier, Jas., plumber, 34 Maule-st 
Napier, Joseph, sen., residenter, 160 High-st 
Napier, Joseph, jun., publican, 184 High-st 
Naysmith, Andw., chemist, 156 High-st 
Neil. Samuel, fish merchant, 4 Shore 
Neill, H. Victor, solicitor, Warslap 
Neilson, Geo., engineer, 15 Marketgate 
Nelson, John, joiner, 8 Union-st 
Ness, Thomas, confectioner, 116 High-st 
Newman, Jas., shoemaker, 2 Wallace-st 
Nicol, R.,collector,Cemetery -lodge, Brechin-rd 
Nicoll, R. W., engineer, 30 Kyd-st 
Nicoll, Win., ticket-coWector, 19 Ann-st 
Nicoll, W. L., licensed grocer, 20 Marketgate 
Noble, Edward, shoemaker, 37 W Newgate 
Norrie, H., joiner, 42 John-st 
Norrie, John, shoemaker, 50 John-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Napier, Andrew, moulder, 25 Elliot-st 
Napier, Geo., shoemaker, 31 Green-st 
Napier, Jas., lorryman, 46 Helen-st 
Napier, Robt., flaxdresser, 98 Keptie-st 
Napier, Samuel, tenter, 19 Elliot-st 
Naughton, Wm., tenter, 37 St Mary-st 
Neave, George, missionary, 28 Elliot-st 
Neave, Geo., moulder, 35 Fergus-st 
Neave, James, engineer, 5 Rossie-st 
Neave, Wm., flaxdresser, 8 Russell-st 
Neilson, David, bleacher, 3J St Mary-st 
Neish, David, clerk, 53 Dishland-st 
Nicol, Alex., flaxdresser, 31 Elliot-st 
Nicol, W. H., labourer, 36 Cairnie-st 
Nicoll, David, factory-worker, 25 Dishland-st 
Nicoll, James S., law clerk, 2 Albert-st 
Nicoll, J. M., lapper, 68 Cairnie-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Nairn, David, mason, 39 Culloden-rd 
Nairn, George, mechanic, 33 Culloden-rd 
Nairn, Jas., engineer, 8 St Vigeans-rd 
Napier, A. T. , grocer's assistant, 1 5 Ei'nest-st 
Napier, John, mill-foreman, 52 St Vigeans-rd 
Neilson, Jas., hackler, 57 Leonard-st 
Neilson, Robert, shoemaker, 7 James-st 
Neish, Geo., shoemaker, 33 North-port 
Nicol, Alex., tanner, 39 Boglane 
Nicol, Joseph, fireman, 1 Abbot-st 
Nicol, Robt., labourer, 25 B Mill-wd 
Nicol, Wm., fireman, 2 Guthrie-hill 
Nicoll, Alex., labourer, 22 Cross Mill-wynd 
Nicoll, Angus, labourer, 10 Cross Mill-wyrid 
Nicoll, Chas. C., flaxdresser, 10 Leonard-st 
Nicoll, David, shoemaker, 48 Sidney-s't 
Nicoll, Ewan C, labourer, 8 Cross Mill-wynd 
Nicoll, Henry, factoryworker, 17 Kinnaird-stS 
Nicoll, Jas., moulder, 9 St Vigeans-rd 
Nicoll, James, labourer, 15 Sydney-st 
Nicoll, James, labourer, 22_Cross-mill-wynd 
Nicoll, Jas. A., blacksmith, 42 Culloden-rd 
Nicoll, John, residenter, 33 Cairnie-st 



Nicoll, John, mechanic, 3 Abbey-path 
Nicoll, John, street porter, 60 Guthrie-port 
Nicoll, Walter, moulder, 11 Kinuaird-st 
Niven, D., ironturner, 21 Culloden-road 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Ogg, Wm., lorryman, 32 Ladyloan 
Ogilvie, Geo., labourer, 22 Applegate 
Ogilvie, John, bookseller, 21 Glover-st 
Ogilvie, Win., sailmaker, 34 Glover-st 
Oliver, Adam, solicitor, 12 Rosemount-rd 
Olsen. Geo., mechanic, 40 Maule-st 
Orr, Robt., fishmonger, 210 High-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Ogilvie, Geo. R., cashier, 10 Hillend-rd 
Olsen, Henry, shipmaster, 36 Rossie-st 
Oram, Alexander, labourer, 15 Elliot-st 
Ormond, Wm., flaxdresser, 30 Rossie-st 
Owen, Edwin, clerk, 6 Elliot-pl 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

O'C'onnell, John, joiner, 29 Hamilton-green 
Ogg, Wm. S., residenter, 23 Hayswell-rd 
Ogilvie, Alex., railway-guard, 21 Cairnie-st 
Ogilvie, Jas., currier, 7 W Abbey-st 
Ogilvie, Wm., currier, 4 Stuart-st 
Oram, Scott, carter, 33 Ogilvy-pl 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Paterson, Alex., labourer, 51 Ladyloan 
Paterson, Alexander, shopman, 33 W Newgate 
Paterson, Alex. C, painter, 6 S Grimsby 
Paterson, Geo., foreman-pavior, 59 MiHgate-ln 
Paterson, James, mechanic, 26 Ladyloan 
Paterson, John, moulder, 21 Lordburn 
Paton, C, baker, 59 Lady bridge 
Paton, David, carter, 49 High-st 
Patterson, Jas. H., vintner, 20-22 Millgate 
Pattison, David, labourer, 39 Panmure-st 
Pearson, David T., shoemaker, 10 Hope-st 
Pearson, John, tailor, 4 James-st 
Pearson, Wm. A. J., carter, 16 Millgate-loan 
Pert, A., fisherman, 5 High-st 
Pert, John, residenter, 31 Seagate 
Pert, Robert, labourer, 19 N Grimsby 
Pert, Robt. , fisherman, 24 Seagate 
Pert, W., labourer, 3 Church-st 
Pert, Wm., fisherman, 5 Marketgate 
Peter, A., labourer, 10 Hannah-st 
Peter, Jas.,tailorand clothier, 24 CommerGe*-.st* 
Peters, George, painter, 45 John-st 
Peters, Geo., mill-overseer, 28 Wallace-st 
Petrie, Allan, baker, 19 Park-st 
Petrie, David, traveller, 226 High-st 
Petrie, J. W., residenter, 1 Murray-pl 
Petrie, John, factoryworker, 22 Applegate 
Phillips, Geo., labourer, 10 Bank-sit' 
Phillips, John, signal-fitter, 16 John-st 
Pirie, David A., shoemaker, 41 John-st 
Pirie, Hugh, tailor, 51 High-st - i. 
Pirie, J. C, vintner, "Tutties Nook •.':'.■ 
Porteous, A. W., confectioner, 164 High-st 
Potter, Geo., signalman, 24 Millgate-loan 
Powell, James, residenter, 20 Kyd-st 
Proctor, Thomas, tailor, 3 Church-st 
Pyott, James, stationer, 1 Church-st - '■'■ 
Pyper, Robt., police-inspector, 60 Millgate^ln 






140 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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General Draper and Fancy Goods 

Warehouseman, 

50 KEPTIE STREET & Corner of GOWAN STREET 

ARBROATH. 

AGENT FOR FAUDEL'S SEWING MACHINES. 



Misses J. & C. GRANT, 

BABY LINEN WAREHOUSE, 

33 WEST PORT, ARBROATH. 



Underelothing and 3n{ant JYttlUnerY- 

Infants' Robes, Pelisses, Millinery, Frocks, Pinafores, and every 
Requisite, for Infant Wear. SPECIAL LINES in Plain and Fancy 
Blouses, Belts, Neckwear, Underclothing, Hosiery, Corsets, Gloves, 
and Fancy Drapery. Leather Bags, Purses, Hand-Mirrors, Hair 
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Agents for Pullars' Dye Works, Perth. REGISTRY for SERVANTS. 



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LIQUORS of the Best Quality kept in Stock. 



Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Parker. James, labourer, 42 Greeu-st 
Parsons, T. W., music-teacher, 54 Addisou-pl 
Parr.v, George, hammerman, 25 Fergus-sq 
Paterson, Alex., mason, 15 Duke-st 
Paterson, David, railway-porter, 68 Cairnie-st 
Paterson, Jas. G, cabinetmaker, 14 Queen-st 
Paterson, Robt., niaoMirfeinan, 15 Fergus-st 
Paterson, Rev. T. U., 8 Dalhousie-plaoe 
Patterson, S., policeman, 2 l)uke-st 
Paton, David, engineer, 82 Rossie-st 
Paton, David, storekeeper, 4 Queen-st 
Paton, David, manager, 4 Kussell-st 
Paton, George T., vanman, 35 Disldand-st 
Paton, James, labourer, 62 Helen-st 
Pattullo, Alex. B., butcher, Salisbury-pl 
Pattullo, John, railway-porter, 11 Dishland st 
Paul, Ralph, labourer, 34 Greeu-st 
Peacock, John H., residenter, 5 Albert-st 
Peacock, J. H., architect, f> Al!iert-st 
Pearson, Alex., weaver, 48 St Mary-st 
Pearson, James, baker, 25 Spink-st 
Pearson, John, cloth-inspector, 2J Russell-st 
Peat, David, ironturner, 33 Fergus-sq 
Penny, Win., barman, 8 Fergus sq 
Peunycook, li., factory-worker, 20 Fergus-st 
Peter, Jas. B. U., clerk, 7S£ Keptie-st 
Petrie, Alex., residenter, 38 Helen-st 
Petrie, Alex., mechanic, 43 St Mary-st 
Petrie, A. G., blacksmith, 25 Rossie-st 
Petrie, D. D., storekeeper, 26J Keptie-st 
Petrie, George, lapper, 5 Jamieson-st 
Petrie, Jas., retired shipmaster, 30 Addison-pl 
Petrie, Jas., residenter, 62 St Mary-st 
Petrie, John, gardener, 20 Disldand-st 
Petrie, John, labourer, 40 Cairnie-st 
Petrie, J. W. , grocer, 55 Dishland-st 
Philip, A., residenter, Luton-lodge 
Philip, Geo., insur. -agent, 45 Lochlands-drive 
Philips, A. M., residenter, 8 W Keptie-st 
Pirie, Gordon D., gardener, 17 Ge.-ige-st 
Pottar, Jas., residenter, 80 Rossie-st 
Prophet, W. N., teacher, 30 Gow,ui-st 
Pyott, Geo., grocer, 51 Lochland-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Palmer, John, shoemaker, 45 Sidney-st 
Parker, David, labourer, 7 Convent-st 
Paterson, Alex., engineer, 50 Kinnaird-st 
Paterson, Geo., mechanic, Brechin-rd 
Paterson, G. S., engineer, 44 St Vfgeans-rd 
Paterson, George W , vanman, 39 Krnest-st 
Paterson, John, moulder, S Leonard-st 
Paterson, Robt. S., engineer, 4 Carnegie-st 
Paterson, Thus., labourer, 8 Stuart-st 
Paterson, Wm., mechanic, 48 Howard-st 
Paton, David, flaxdresser, 15 B Mill-wynd 
Patterson, James, engineer, 52 Howard-st 
Pattullo, D., ironmonger, 35 Howard st 
Pattullo, Robt. A., flaxdresser, 7 Ernest-st 
Pattullo, Win., shoemaker, 32 Ernest-st 
Pattullo, Win., hairdresser, 32 Ernest-st 
Pearson, Robt., baker, 36 Krnest-st 
Peattie, John, railway guard, 2 Gairnie-pl 
Pert, John, labourer, 25 Lillies-wynd 
Peter, David, machineman, 3 Liliies-wynd 
Peter, Geo., grocer, 51 Leonard-st 
Peteis, James, iionmoulder, 33 Leonard -st 
Peters, Kobt., shoemaker, 33 North-pt 
Petrie, Alex., shoemaker, 15 Sydney-st 



Petrie, Alex., joiner, 66 Howard-st 
Petrie, Alex G., mechanic, 41 Sidney-st 
Petrie, George, shoemaker, 26 Howard-st 
I'etrie, James, surfaceman, 16 Ponderlaw-st 
Phimister, Chas., flaxdresser, 12 Lillies-wynd 
Pirie, 1)., watchmaker, 1 Reform-st 
Pirie, Jas., tailor, 33 doward-st 
Pirie, John, shoemaker, 7 Guthrie-port 
Pitcairn, A., cabdriver, 35 K Mill-wynd 
Pringle, David, plumber, 26 Sidney-st 
Pringle, Win., painter, 16 Krnest-st 
Pyott, Jas. G., grocer, Gullodeii-'ter 
Pyott, Win., grocer, Strachan-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Qiiinn, Joiin, tenter, 41 Ponderlaw st 

First (High St and Miligate) Ward 
Rae, A. S., vintner, 10 Panmure-st 
Rae, David, woodturner, 1 llill-rd 
Rae, Geo., postman, 64 Marketgate 
Rae, John, carter, 23 Ladyloan 
Rae, Robert, painter, 7 llill-rd 
Itaitt, Geo. S., shoemaker, 13 Panmure-st 
Raitt, S. B., carter, 55 Wallaee-st 
Rathjen, Sam. W., ironinonger, 240 High-st 
Reichelt, Henry, skindresser, 1 High-st 
Reid, Gharles, blacksmith, 11 Lindsay-st 
Re id, David, tanner, 23 ICyd-st 
Reid, D ivid, traveller, 3 Gsburne-ter 
Reid, George, banker, i t High-st 
Reid, Geo. K., residenter, 216 High-st 
Iieid, Robert, carter, 69 Ladyloan 
Reid, VVm., labourer, 17 Panmure-st 
Reid, Wm., Jan., carter, 31 W Mary-st 
Rennie, Allan, dealer, BeR rock-lane 
Rennie, Jas. F., machineman, 37 Lordburn 
Remiy, Geo., lapper, 8 James-st 
Richards, Harry, seaman, 45 Ladyloan 
Rintoul, Alex., lapper, 8 Hume-st 
Ritchie, E. J., solicitor, 37 Hill-st 
Ritchie, Henry, millworker, 2 Maule st 
Ritchie, James, labourer, 10 Marketgate 
Ritchie, James, weaver, 30 Kyd-st 
Ritchie, Jas. L., residenter, 49 Wailace-st 
Ritchie, John, fireman, 30 Ann-st 
Robb, David, hairdresser, 52 Marketgate 
Robb, D. H. , hackler, 56 Marketgate 
Robb, Frank, carter, 32 Ladybridge-st 
Robb, James, factoryworker, 6 Ann-st 
Robb, Jas., lapper t 8 W Mary-st 
Robb, J., serated water inanufr , 30 Gravesend 
Robb, J. R. , moulder, 11 John-st 
Robb, T., aerated water manufr,, 12SJ High-st 
Robb, Win., flaxdresser, 16 Ann-st 
Robbie, D., cycle-agent, 44 Ro sie-st 
Roberts, Chas., traveller, 29 High-st 
Roberts, Francis, labourer, 45 Millgate-loan 
Roberts, James, labourer, 26 Ladybridge-st 
Robertson, A , boatbuilder, 9 Ann-st 
Robeitsun, C. L., plumber, 41 Ladyloan 
Robeitson, David, flaxdresser, 37 Lindsay-st 
Robertson, George, shoemaker, 26 Ladyloan 
Robertson, G. M., residenter, Milllield 
Robertson, H. A., joiner, 21A Miligate 
Robertson, Jas , joiner, Manora-bank 
Robertson, Jas., sergt.-in.ijor, 38 Marketgate 
Robeitson, Jas. G., clerk, .,4 Millgate-loan 
Robertson, T., tea-merchant, 26 Ann-st 
Robertson, Win., joiner, 20 Applegate 
Robertson, Win., salesman, 6 Kirk sq 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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A D. & A. C. ANDERSON, Solicitors, 21 Market Place, Arbroath 
NEILL & G1BB, Solicitors, 93 High Street, Arbroath 
0. M. DORWARD, Tea Merchant 67 Guthrie Port, Arbroath 
JAMES WALLACE, Merchant, Panmure Street, Arbroath 
JOHN STEWART, L> tbam Mill, near Arbroath 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



143 



Robertson, W., night-watchman, 19 W Mary-st 
Rodger, Jolm, residenter, 33 Ladyloan 
Rollo, Wm. J., banker, 111 High-st 
Rorie, James, weaver, 17 Panmnre-st 
Ross, Alex., shambles-keeper, 18 N Grimsby 
Ross, David, fitter, 3 W Newgate 
Ross, J. D-, labourer, 43 Hannah-st 
Russell, Wm., slater, 22 Glover-st 
Ruxton, Andrew, butcher, 15 Howard-st 
Ruxton, David, grocer, 46 Ladyloan 
Ruxton, D., grocer's-assistant, S Ann-st 
Ruxton, Jas., residenter; 5 Wallace-st 
Ruxton, Wm.. labourer, 15 Glover-st 

Second (LochlandsS Keptie) Ward 

Rae, A., millworker, 27 St Mary-st 
Rae, Jas. N., surfaceman, 11 Fergus-sq 
Rae, John, bleacher, 55 Helen-st 
Rae, Wm., mill-overseer, 29 Jamieson-st 
Raitt, Wm., patternmaker, SS Helen-st 
Ramsay, A., residenter, 12 Colvill-pl 
Ramsay, Allan, shoemaker, 12 St Mary-st 
Ramsay, David, tailor's-cutter, 6 Addison-pl 
Ramsay, John, blacksmith, 7 W Keptie-st 
Ramsay, Robert D., clerk, 19 Catherine-st 
Rattray, Alex., seaman, 35 St Mary-st 
Reid, Alexander, porter, 58 Rossie-st 
Reid, Alexander, builder, 6 Princes-st 
Reid, David, labourer, 16 Fergus-st 
Reid Henry, quarryman, 20 Lochland-st 
Reid, James, shoemaker, 54 Helen-st 
Reid, Rev. W S. Waters, 3 Albert-st 
Rennie, David, carter, 3 St Mary-st 
Rennie, Geo. B., bleacher, 28 Green-st 
Rennie, John, shoemaker, 11 Green-st 
Rennie, Wm., batcher, 31 Fergus-st 
Rennie, Wm., engine-litter, 1 Elliot-pl 
Renny, James B., engineer, 6 Lochland-st 
Kenny, Samuel, merchant, 31 Gowan-st 
Row, Jas., waste-merchant, 73 Keptie-st 
Richards, Ed. B., residenter, Ann bank 
Riley, Thos., mechanic, 30 Elliot-st 
Ritchie. A. M.,, joiner, 17 Elliot-st 
Ritchie, David, printer, 51 Dishland-st 
Ritchie, David, mechanic, 41 Fergus-sq 
Ritchie, Geo., labourer, 12 Bridge-st 
Ritchie, John, mill-foreman, 12 Spink-st 
Ritchie, John, hairdresser, 3J St Mary-st 
Ritchie, John, timekeeper, 56 Helen-st 
Ritchie, John, flaxdresser, 10 Robert-st 
Ritchie, John, engineer, 78 Helen-st 
Ritchie, J. B., railwayman, 36 Fergus-sq 
Ritchie, Rodger, millworker, 31 Fergus-sq 
Ritchie, Wm., flaxdresser, 38 Helen-st 
Robb, Alex., tailor, 66 Fergus-sq 
Robb, Alex , hammerman, 31 Fergus-sq 
Robb, D., serated water manufr., 2i Elliot-st 
Robb, Patrick W. A., tailor, 58 Cairnie-st 
Robbie, Ciias, engine-fitter, 16 Lochland-st 
Robbie, Daniel, moulder, 34 Green-st 
Roberts, Chas., labourer, 5S Helen-st 
Roberts, Joseph, dairyman, Newbigging 
Robert son, A.M., lein'ii'de-inanufi'.,Rosem't-rd 
Robertson,. Alf. , moulder, 5 Rossie-st 
Robertson, D. M.,asphalte-worker,21 Gowan-st 
Robertson, Geo., cabinetmaker, IS Gowan-st 
Robertson, Geo., ticket-examiner, 3 Elliot-st 
Robertson, G. M'L., accountant, 22 Hillend-rd 
Robertson, Jas., storekeeper, 6 George-st 
Robertson, Ja«. , mechanic, 4 George-st 



Robertson, Jas., labourer, 16 Fergus-st 
Robertson, J., town-employee, 71 Lochland-st 
Robertson, John, labourer, 50 Rossie-st 
Robertson, John, druggist, 5 Queen-st 
Robertson, John, labourer, 24 Rossie-st 
Robertson, William, solicitor, Keptie-rd 
Robertson, Wm., surfaceman, 31 Elliot-st 
Robson, Chas. D., sailmaker, 5 Elliot-pl 
Rodger, Henry, labourer, 49 Helen-st 
Rodger, Jas., grocer, 24 Elliot-st 
Rose, John, bleacher, 30 Helen-st 
Rose, Win., bleacher, 18 Bridge-st 
Ross, Chas., manager, 18 Elliot-st 
Ross, David, engineer, 16J Gowan-st 
Ross, David G., flax-inspector, 75 Helen-st 
Ross, Robert, waiter, 31 Spink-st 
Ross, Robert, residenter, 50 Rossie-st ( 
Ross, Thos., wright, 15 George-st 
Roy, Jas., labourer, 84 Keptie-st 
Roy, John S., painter, Nolt Loan-rd 
Royal, Wm., teacher, 12 Addison-pl 
Russell, C, mason, 40 Fergus-sq 
Russell, David, blacksmith, 16 Bridge-st 
Rust, Rev. Alex., 42 Elliot-pl 
Ruxton, Alex., joiner, 65 Elliot-pl 
Ruxton, Geo., butcher, 42 Lichland-st 
Ruxton, Jas., chemist, 78 St Vigeans-rd 
Ruxton, Jas., traveller, 38 Dishland-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Rae, Chas., surfaceman, 5 St Vigeans-rd 
Rae, Wm., labourer, 24 Smithy-croft 
Rae, Wm., cabinetmaker, Greenbank 
Raffen, John, policeman, 6J Abbot-st 
Ramsay, David, blacksmith, 7 James-st 
Ramsay, David, flaxdresser, 21 Sidney-st 
Ramsay, James, butcher, 24 St Vigeans-rd 
Ramsay, Peter, labourer, 20 Ogilvy-pl 
Ramsay, P. N., baker, 57 Baragreen 
Ramsay, Wm., bleacher, 36 Brechin-rd 
Ramsay, William, overseer, 34. Hayswell-rd 
Ramsay, Wm., blacksmith, 49 E Abbey-st 
Ramsay, Win., carter, 33 Ogilvy-place 
Ramsay, Wm. A., engineer, 53 Kinnaird-st 
Rattray, J. H., insurance agent, 25 Palmer-st 
Rayne, David, residenter, 11 W Abbey-st 
Rea, Robt. , general carrier, 9 Boglane 
Rees, Maurice, shoemaker, 39 E Abbey-st 
Reid, Chas., fireman, 47 Kinnaird-st 
Reid, James, carter, 10 Ponderlaw-lane 
Reid, James, engine driver, 20 Ogilvy-pl 
Reid, Jas. P., machinist, 1 Dorward-pl 
Reid, Lewis, shoemaker, 2 Reform-st 
Reid, Wm., cabinetmaker, 35 Sidney-st 
Rennie, Chas., torryman, 22 Smithy-croft 
Rennie, J. B., engineer, 80 St Vigeans-rd 
Rennie, John, labourer, 12 E Mill-wynd 
Rennie, W., licensed-grocer, 15 Guthrie-pt 
Rennie, W. J., salesman, 6 Carnegie-st • 
Renny, David, residenter, 6 Hill-ter 
Richardson, Geo., engineer, Ernest-st 
Riddle, James, gasvvorUer, 44 Ernest-st 
Ritchie, Alex., mechanic, 35 Kinnaird-st 
Ritchie, Alex., tailor, 27 E Abbey-st 
Ritchie, Alex. G., engineer, 8 Carnegie-st 
Ritchie, Celestine, flaxdresser, 50 Brechin-rd 
Ritchie, David, fireman. 9 St Vigeans.-rd 
Ritchie, David, baker, 39 Barngreen 
Ritchie, George, moulder, 43 Culloden-rd 
Ritchie, John A., hairdresser, 27 Cairnie-st 



144: YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Established Over 40 Years. 

ROBERT^ BROWN, 

FAMILY GROCER, 

Jeo, Wine, and Spirit JYCerehant, 

I KEPTIE STREET, 

ARBROATH. 



FIRST-CLASS VALUE Ifi EVERY 
DEPARTMENT. 

All Goods Guaranteed of Best Quality. 

Arbroath Friendly Coal Society 

LIMITED, 

Goal JKerehants and Colliery Agents. 



Re ind er §e P £? ce 29 LADYLOAN, Arbroath. 

EDWARD SPINK, Manager. 

Membership, 2530. Share Capital, £2381 



This SOCIETY has always in Stock, and is prepared to supply, all kinds of 
ENGLISH and SCOTCH HOUSEHOLD COALS and TREBLE NUTS of Best 
Qualities; also, PATENT L'UEL BRIQUETTES. 

FIREWOOD— Superior Firewood Cut into Short 
Lengths, 2s 2d per Cwt. 

Orders sent by Post, or Left at Office, receive Prompt Attention. 



Members Enrolled at any time. Particulars on Application at Office. 

Agents for the Co-Operative Insurance Society Ltd. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



145 



Kitcliie, Jolm, shoemaker, 76 Brechin-rd 
Ritchie, R. C, millworker, 26 E Mill-wynd 
Ritchie, Wm., shipmaster, 37 Cairnie-st 
Ritchie, Win. H. 13.. slater, 33 Leonard -st 
Robb, Alex., carter, 12 Cross Mill-wynd 
Robb, Clias., warehouseman, 50 Howard-st 
Robb, John, labourer, 50 Lebnard-st 
Robb, John, baker, 59 Kiunaird-st 
Robbie, Alexander, shoemaker, 60 Sidney-st 
Robbie, Edwin C, mechanic, 4 Howard-st 
Robbie, James, mill-overseer, 13 Fisheracre 
Robbie, Wm., moulder, 9 Leonard-st 
Robbie, Wm., fireman, 37 Ogilvy-pl 
Roberts, A., cloth inspector, 13 Ogilvy-pl 
Roberts, Arthur F., clerk, 9 Carnegie-st 
Roberts, David, flaxdresser, Hi Ponderlaw-st 
Roberts, John, machineman, 45 Kiunaird-st 
Roberts, Wm. A. ..joiner, 4| Guthrie-port 
Robertson, A., engineer, 31 Howard-st 
Robertson, Alex., grocer, 19 Cairnie-st 
Robertson, Henry, lamplighter, 8 Stanley-st 
Robertson, Jas., "labourer, 53 VV Abbey -st 
Robertson, John, timekeeper, 82 Brechin-rd 
Robertson, John, mechanic, 7 Rcfonn-st 
Robertson, J. R., vanman, 9 St Vigeaus-rd 
Robertson, Thomas, shoemaker, 27 Sydney-st 
Robinson, John, cutler, 29 Guthrie-pt 
Robinson, Thos., hairdresser, 29 Guthrie-pt 
Robson, Wilson, labourer, 3 Barbers-croft 
Rodger, Jas., millworker, 17 Palmer-st 
Rodger, James, mechanic, 4 Stanley-st 
Rodger, Wm., joiner, 2 Culloden-rd 
Rodgers, J. A., draughtsman, 3 Hayswell-rd 
Rose, Henry, blacksmith, 27 Culloden-rd 
Rose, Jas., labourer, 15 Convent-st 
Ross, David, iron-turner, 72 Brechin-rd 
Ross, Henry, fruit merchant, 279 High-st 
Ross, Jas., shoemaker, 9 Culloden-road 
Ross, James, lathsplitter, 8 Hill-ter 
Ross, Robert, turner, lti Brechin-rd 
Ross, Wm., baker, 2 Stuart-St 
Ross, William, carter, 9 Convent-st 
Ross, William, vintner, S Hamilton-green 
Ross, W. C, patternmaker, 74 St Vigeans-rd 
Rossler, John T., moulder, Greenbank 
Russell, James C, merchant, 7 E Abbey-st 
Russell, Thos., grocer, 29 Carnegie-st 
Ruxton, Chas., grocer, 32 Kinuaird-st 
Ruxton, C. S., moulder, 17 Kiunaird-st 
Ruxton, David, mechanic, 15 Culloden-rd 
Ruxton, Jas., residenter, 24 Barngreen 
Ruxton, James, residenter, 44 E ADbey-st 
Ruxton, Wm., flesher, 50 Howard-st 

First (High St and Mitigate) Ward 
Salmond, Joseph M., baker, 43 Panmure-st 
Samson, Wm. W., grocer, 4 Ladybridge-st 
Sandeman, D. D., solicitor, 100 High-st 
Sanderson, Duncan A., baker, 204 High-st 
Scott, Adam P. , manager, 82 Marketgate 
Scott, Alex., shoemaker, 25 Hannah-st 
Scott, Alex., ticket-collector, 2 Gayfield 
Seott, Andrew, grocer, The Willows 
Scott, David, carter, 13 High-st 
Scott, David, mechanic, 21 Hill-st 
Scott, David, labourer, 5 Dickheld-st 
Scott, David S., painter, 169 High-st 
Scott, Ernest, painter, 6 Millgate-loan 
Scott, George, labourer, 1 Kyd-st 
Scott, G. C. M., ropespinner, 19 John-st 



Scott, John, seaman, 2 Ann-st 
Scott, John, gardener, 10 Hope-st 
Scott, I'hos., vintner, 44 High-st 
Scott, Wm., ropemaker, .5 Hill-nl 
Scott, Wm. L., factory-foreman, 24 Ann-st 
Shaml, Alex., tenter, 52 Marketgate 
Shanks, Alex. B. , flaxdresser, 12 W Mary-st 
Shanks, Robert, butcher, 3 Glover-st 
Shelston, Chas., labourer, 43 Wallace-st 
Shepherd, Alex., fisherman, 9 Old Shore-head 
Shepherd, Alex., railway-porter, 7 Bank-st 
Shepherd, David, fisherman, 12 Union-st E 
Shepherd, David, fisherman, 1 Marketgate 
Shepherd, David, labourer, 25Millgate 
Shepherd, D., fisherman, 6 South-st 
Shepherd, David A., baker, 54 High-st 
Shepherd, D. C, wood-turner, 50 Marketgate 
Shepherd, 1). S., fisherman, 14 Marketgate 
Shepherd, Geo., fishcurer, 9a Millgate 
Shepherd, James, fisherman, 1 Marketgate 
Shepherd, Jas., labourer, 7 Old Shore-head 
Shepherd, James, fisherman, 6 Marketgate 
Shepherd, James S., fisherman, 10 Marketgate 
Shepherd, John, fisherman, 15 High-st 
Shepherd, Joseph, fisherman, 13 Marketgate 
Shepherd, Joseph, flaxdresser, 29 Lordburn 
Shepherd, Peter, fisherman, 13 Maiketgate 
Shepherd, Robert, moulder, 1 Maule-st 
Sheriff, Frederick, mason, 24 Ladybridge-st 
Sherrit, James, shoemaker, 17 John-st 
Shields, James G., mason, 21 Bank-st 
Sievwright, John, jun., joiner, 31 Lordburn 
Sievwright, R. W., joiner, 37 Cairnie-st 
Sim, George, railway-porter, 16 Millgate-loan 
Sim, George, bleacher, 39 ladybridge-st 
Sim, George, seaman, 23 Kyd-st 
Sim, Jas., policeman, 32 Millgate-loan 
Sime, Wm. D., railway-porter, 2-4 E Newgate 
Simpson, Geo., joiner, 20 West Mary-st 
Simpson, G. A., signalman, 6 Aun-st 
Simpson, John, flax-merchant, 29 Marketgate 
Simpson, S., residenter, 9 Panmure-st 
Snipson, Stewart, residenter, 17 W Mary-st 
Skae, C. F. , carting-contractor, 19 Hannah-st 
Skae, James R., carter, 23 S Grimsby 
Skae, John, shoemaker, 3 Hannah-st 
Skea, Chas., carter, 16 Hannah-st 
Skea, Wm., carter, 9 Hannah-st 
Sleith, James, pipe-maker, 19-21 W Grimsby 
Smart, Alex. .grocer, 41 W Newgate 
Smart, Alex., farm-servant, 73 Millgate-loan 
Smart, C. R., music-teacher, 14 Hill-pl 
Smart, David, watchmaker, 4 Carnegie-st 
Smart, D. li., postman, 138 High-st 
Smart, John, shoemaker, 25 John-st 
Smart, John, sawmiller, 39 John-st 
Smith, Adam, fisherman, 21 Old Shore-head 
Smith, Alex., hotelkeeper, 163 High-st 
Smith, Alex., fisherman, 29 Uniou-st E 
Smith, Alex., storekeeper, 21 Hannah-st 
Smith, Alex., carter, 23 Ladyloan 
Smith, Alex., carter, 46 Ladyloan 
Smith, Alex., jun., fisherman, 8 Seagate 
Smith, A. Shepherd, vintner, 23 High-st 
Smith, Andrew, cork-cutter, 11 Ladyloan 
Smith, Charles, fisherman, 8 Marketgate 
Smith, Charles, fisherman, 5 High-st 
Smith, Chas., fisherman, 21 Ladybridge-st 
Smith, Chas. T., labourer, 25 Seagate 
Smith, David, labourer, 9 Old Shore-head 



146 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Alexander Reid, 

lUtilta mxii Bmlpax, 
17 LINDSAY STREET, 



ARBROATH. 



Gravestones 

AND 

Monuments 

Executed in Marble, 
Granite, and 
* Freestone. 

Designs Submitted 
for Approval. 




Artistic Marble 

AND 

Granite WorH 

Old Stones Cleaned, 
Dressed, and 

Re-Lettered. 

Additions Made 
to Present Stones. 



Every Description of Pavement, Brick, and 
Stone Work. 



Monumental Work, 

Having a Thoroughly Experienced Sculptor. 
Special Attention is given to Every 
Description of Monumental Work. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



147 



Smith, David, fisherman, 10 Old Shore-head 
Smith, David, fisherman, 8 Marketgate 
Smith, David, fisherman, 7 High-st 
Smith, David, fisherman, 14 Union-st E 
Smith, David, labourer, 21 W Newgate 
Smith, David, fisherman, IS Seagate 
Smith, David, labourer, 33 Park-st 
Smith, George, fisherman, 25 Seagate • 
Smith, George, labourer, 9 Marketgate 
Smith, Hugh, fisherman, 4 South-st 
Smith, James, fisherman. 30 Union-st E 
Smith, Jas., fruiterer, 30 W Mary-st 
Smith, James, fisherman, 12 Marketgate 
Smith, James, fisherman. 20 Seagate 
Smith, James, labourer. 21 N Grimsby 
Smith, Jas B., clerk, 120 High-st 
Smith, Jas. H., warehouseman, 22 Applegate 
Smith, Jas. S. C, grocer, 0J Bank-st 
Smith, John, residenter, 4 Ann-st 
Smith, John, slater, 12 Ann-st 
Smith, John, fisherman, 11 High-st 
Smith, John, fisherman, 23 Ladybridge-st 
Smith, John, jnn.. fisherman, 23 Ladybridge-st 
Smith, Peter, fisherman, 4 E Newgate 
Smith, Robert, fisherman, 8 W Newgate 
Smith, Robert, fisherman, 35 Union-st E 
Smith, Robt., stationmaster, 3 Maule-st 
Smith, Robert, labourer, 11 Union-st E 
Smith, Robert, fisherman, 9 W Newgate 
Smith, Robert, fisherman, 5 Old Shore head 
Smith, Robert, fisherman, 14 Marketgate 
Smith, Robert, watchman, 9 Marketgate 
Smith, Robert J., engine fitter, 35 Jolm-st 
Smith, Robert S., solicitor, 6 W Abbey-st 
Smith, Thomas, carter, 15 Wallace-st 
Smith, Thomas, fisherman, 17 Ladybridge-st 
Smith, Win., fisherman, 18 South-st 
Smith, Win., shoemaker, 16 High-st 
Smith, Wm., fisherman, 21 Union-st E 
Smith, William, fisherman, 7 High-st 
Smith, William, residenter, 3 South-st 
Smith, Wm., milhvorker, 31 Ladybridge-st 
Smith, Wm., residenter, 27 Union-st E. 
Smith, William, fisherman, 13 Union-st E 
Smith, Wm., labourer, 19 Chur.h st 
Smith, William H., fisherman, 1(5 Seagate 
Soote, Jas., caretaker, 61 Millgate-loan 
Soutar, Carnegie, baker, High-st 
Soutar, Robt., engineer, 1 Hill-place 
Soutar, Wm., bank agent, Brothock-bridge 
Spankie, Wm., telegraphist, 240 High-st 
Speed, W. A., fireman, 10 E Newgate 
Spink, Adam, fisherman, 1 South-st 
Spink, David, labourer, 14 Millgate-ln 
Spink, David, labourer, 51 Ladyloan 
Spink, Edward, manager, 13 Bank-st 
Spink, Geo., mason, 41 John-st 
Spink, Henry, labourer, 22 Ladybridge-se 
Spink. Jas., salmon-fisher, IS lii 1-pl 
Spink, Jas., fath'splitter, 28 W Newgate 
Spink, James, labourer, 22 John-st 
Spink, John, fisherman, 19 S..uth-st 
Spink, Joseph, fisherman, 22 John-st 
Spink, Joseph, labourer, 27 feagate 
Spink, Peter, mason, 17 W Newgate 
Spink, Robert, town-officer, 9 Coiumerce-st 
Spink, Robert, labourer, 9 Marketgate 
Spink, Stephen, engineer, 53 Uigh-st 
Spink, Thos., fisherman, 15 South-st 
Spink, Win., labourer, 24 Union-st E 



Steedman, Wm., residenter, 46 Marketgate 
Steel, James, caretaker, Brothock-bridge 
Steel, Robert, fisherman, 13 Union-st E 
Stevenson, Jas., grocer, 55 Ladyloan 
Stevenson, Wm., ropespinner, 22 W Mary-st 
Stewart, Alex., ftaxdresser, S Shore 
Stewart, Andrew, tailor. 23 Park-st 
Stewart, C. B., clerk, 25 W Mary-st 
Stewart, D. L., insur. agent, 16 Commerce-st 
Stewart, James G., seaman, 4 Shore 
Stewart, John, moulder, 16 High-st 
Stewart. Robt., vintner, 29 John-st 
Stirling. David, mason, 77 Ladyloan 
Stirling, David, mason, 5 Kyd-st 
Stirling. Geo., carter, 41 Wallace-st 
Stiven, Alex., bleacher, 23 John-st 
Stormont, Charles, labourer, 22 Kyd-st 
Stormont, David, caretaker, 33 Commerce-st 
Stormont, David, shoemaker, 1 Shore 
Stormont, Win., machineman, S7 Ladyloan 
Storrier, Charles, mason, 26 Bank-st 
Strachan, George, shoemaker, 36 Millgate-loan 
Strachan, Jas., wood- turner, 30 Maule-st 
Strachau, James, mechanic, 38 Maule-st 
Strachan, John, tailor, 181 High-st 
Strachan, John L., tailor, 56 High-st 
Strachan, Robert, tailor, 27 Commerce-st 
Strachan, Thomas D., titter, 56a High-st 
Stuart, Alex., shorthand-teacher, 175 High-st 
Stuart, Jas.. vmtner, 13 Old Shore-head 
Sturrock, Alex., surfaceman, 13 Glover-st 
Sturrock, Patrick, vamnau, 28 Glover-st 
Sutherland, Wm., carter, 10 W Marv-st 
Sutherland, W. F., clerk, 280 High-st 
Suttie, John, labourer, 34 Ann-st 
Swan, Jas., fisherman, 30 Seagate 
Swan, John, fisherman, 19 Union-st E 
Swankie, Chas., fisherman, 20 Seagate 
Swankie, Claude, fisherman, 2S Seagate 
Swankie, Daniel O, labourer, 31 Union-st E 
Swankie, David, fisherman, 11 South-st 
Swankie, David, fisherman. 11 High-st 
Swankie, David, fisherman, 3 W Newgate 
Swankie, David, lisherman, 5 Old Shore-head 
Swankie, Hugh, lisherman, 8 High-st 
Swankie, Jas., fisherman, 15 Union-st E 
Swankie, Jas. C, plumber, 39 John-st 
Swankie, Peter, way man, 10 Union-st 
Swmkie, P., surfaceman, 14 Union-st E 
Swankie, P., fisherman, 24 Seagate 
Swankie, P., fisherman, 15 Old Shore-head 
Swankie, Peter, fisherman, 21 W Newgate 
Swankie, Robt., engineer, 26 Ladybridge-st 
Swankie, Robert, fisherman, 13 Marketgate 
Swankie, Robert, labourer, 11 Union-st E 
Swankie, Robert, 41 West Grimsby 
Swankie, Robt. S , labourer, 10 High-st 
Swankie, Thomas, fisherman, 14 Seagate 
Swankie, Thomas, merchant, 10 High-st 
Swankie, Thomas, fisherman, 3 South-st 
Swankie, Thomas P., fisherman, S South-st 
Swankie, Thos. P., fisherman, 6 Marketgate 
Swankie, Thos. T , fisherman, 10 Marketgate 
Swankie, Win., fisherman, 10 W Newgate 
Swankie, Wm., fisherman, IS South-st 
Swankie, Wm., fisherman, 11 Union-st E 
Sword, James, hawker, 41 W Grimsby 
Symoii, Alexander, architect, 52 Lochland-st 

Second ( Lochlpnds & Kepcie Ward 
Salmond, Alex. H., teacher, 36 E.liot-st 



148 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 




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Cadies' and Gent's Jailors. 




ALL GARMENTS MADE BY 

D. Thornton & Son 

HAVE JUST THAT ENVIED 
DISTINCTION WHICH PUTS 
THEM IN THE FOREFRONT 




261 High Street, Arbroath. 




Jo Shopkeepers and Others. 



The Arbroath Plate Glass 

Mutual insurance Association 

Is the CHEAPEST and MOST CONVENIENT Medium for the 

INSURANCE OF SHOP WINDOWS, 

SCREENS, SHOW-CASES, MIRRORS, &c. 
Low Rates. Frequent Bonus Years 



Premiums Quoted and other Information given on application to 

WM. H. ALEXANDER, Solicitor, 62 High Street, 



Secretary and Treasurer. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



149 



Sandeman, D. T). , yarn-merchant; Cairniebank 
Seorgie, Alex., stableman, 1U Dishland-st 
Scott, A. N., seaman, 36 Dishland-st 
Scott, Charles, mill-foreman, 17 Disbland-st 
Scott, Jas. L., craneman, 9 Andersoii-st 
Scott, Peter, carter, 25 Fergus-sq 
Scott, Tlios., gardener, 35 Lochland-st 
Scott, Win., live stock agent, 1 Rosebery-pl 
Scrimgeour, Jas., flaxdresser, 25 Elliot-st 
Seater, Hugh, asphalter, 43 Helen-st 
Shand, D. L. , factory manager, 42 Cairnie-st 
Shand, Joseph, lapper, 3S Helen-st 
Shanks, D. E. W., engineer, 7 Alexandra-pl 
Shanks, Jas., bleacher, 66 Lochland-st 
Shanks, Wni., railway-porter, 15 Duke-st 
Sharp, Alex., residenter, 9 Princes-st 
Sharp, James, joiner, 47 Lochland-st 
Shaw, Alfred, brass moulder, 14 George-st 
Shepherd, George, moulder, 69 Lochland-st 
Shepherd, Jas., baker, 6 Russell-st 
Shepherd, RnbtL, grieve, Rosefield 
Shepherd, Wm., moulder, 64 Fergus-sq 
Sherriffs, Geo., manufacturer, Lochlea 
Sim, Alfred, residenter, 22 W Keptie-st 
Sim, John, eoachpainter, 94 Keptie-st 
Sim, T., railway-porter, 21 Fergus-st 
Sime, George, fiaxdresser, 31 St Mary-st 
Simpson, Alex., mason, 29 St Mary-st 
Simpson, Andrew, lapper, 21 Fergus-sq 
Simpson, Jas., joiner, St Mary-st 
Simpson, Win., moulder, 19 Green-st 
Sinclair, John, machineman, 72 Keptie-st 
Skea, George, mason, 19 Jamieson-st 
Skea, James, millworker, 12 Bridge-st 
Skea, John, canvas-lapper, 18 Bridge-st 
Small, D. M.,L.D.S., Dishland house 
Small, James, labourer, 24 Dishland-st 
Smart, Adam B., ironturner, 32 Fergus-sq 
Smart, Alex., joiner, 4 Locbland-st 
Smart, Edmund, engineer, 23 Qucen-st 
Smart, J. R., water inspector, 8 Queen-st 
Smart, Joseph, flesher, 35 Spiuk-st 
Smart, Wm. A., tailor, 25 Fergus-sq 
Smith, Alex., carter, 90 Helen-st 
Smith, Alex. S., ironmonger, Kosedene 
Smith, Alex. W., joiner, 26 Gowan-st 
Smith. Alfred, baker, 92 Helen-st 
Smith, Chas., warehouseman, 1 Addison-pl 
Smith, David, clerk, 62 Lochland-st 
Smith, Edward, shoemaker, 48i Cairnie-st 
Smith, Geo., railway-porter, 37 W Keptie-st 
Smith, Harry, mechanic, 62 Rossie-st 
Smith, Jas., labourer, 23 Elliot-st 
Smith, Jas., engineer, 49 Keptie-st 
Smith, James, leather-cutter, 3H St Mary-st 
Smith, Jas. VV. , seaman, 26 Helen-st 
Smith, John, engineer, 64 \ Keptie-st 
Smith, John, patternmaker, 69 Helen-st 
Smith, John, labourer, 41 St Mary-st 
Smith, Joseph, night-watchman, 67 Bridge-st 
Smith, Kenneth, stoker, 32 Rossie-st 
Smith, Peter, mill-foreman, IS Lochland-st 
Smith, Robt., hammerman, 2 Duke-st 
Smith, Robert, sailmaker, 6 Gowan-st 
Smith, William, joiner, 33 Lochland-st 
Smith, Win., butcher, Cairnie-st 
Soutar, Andrew, lapper, 62 Fergus-sq 
Soutar, Jas. S., draper, Bracklinn 
Soutar, Wm., labourer, 10 Gowan-st 
Spark, Wm., lorryman, 69 Lochland-st 



Spence, Alfred, caretaker, 34 Helen-st 
Spence, James E., baker, 2 Jamieson-st 
Spence, Wm.. ticket-collector, 42 Helen-st 
Spiers, Albert, mechanic, 1 Green-st 
Spink, W. S., engineer, 74 Cairnie-st 
Spraggs, Win., elec. engineer. 62 Lochland-st 
Steele, John, machineinen, 3 Elliot-st 
Steel, Wm., mechanic, 42 Helen-st 
Stephen, Geo., shoemaker, 60 Cairnie-st 
Stephen, Jas., police-constable,25 Jamieson-st 
Stephen, John, labourer, 44 Helen-st 
Stephen, Robt , fish-merchant, 19 Keptie-st 
Stephen, William, dairyman, Blindloch 
Steven, John R., bootmaker, 37 Elliot-st 
Stevenson, Alex., draper. 19 Vietoria-st 
Stewart, George, signalman, 60 St Mary-st 
Stewart, George, butcher, Roseviila 
Stewart, Jas., baker, 53 Helen-st 
Stewart, Robert, labourer, 26 Fergus-sq 
Stott, James, blacksmith, 21 Kergns-st 
Stott, John, irondresser, 18 Bridge-st 
Strachan, Alex. N., grocer, 17 Hillend-rd 
Strachan, Fred., traveller, Kiuloch-ter 
Strachan, Isaac, engineer, 21 Duke-st 
Strachan, John, butcher, 80 Cairnie-st 
Strachan, Wm., labourer, 39 Fergus-sq 
Strachan, W. B., bookseller, 10 George-st 
Stuart, Donald, baker, 43 Rossie-st 
Stuart, R., inspector of poor, 19 Dalhousie-pl 
Sturrock, Alex., police-constable, 11 Duke-st 
Sturrock, G. W. L., residenter, 6 Alexandra-pl 
Sturrock, J., cattle-dealer, 10 Princes-st 
Sutherland, Hugh, foreman, 67 Bridge-st 
Sutherland, John, labourer, 83 Lochland-st 
Sutherland, John, gardener, 7 Lochland-st 
Suttie, Alexander, slater, 31 Lochland-st 
Suttie, Alex., labourer, 25 Gowan-st 
Swirles, John, engineer, 64 Lochland-st 
Sword, John, coachman, Viewtield 
Symon, Arch. A., architect, 52 Lochland-st 
Symon, Geo., roper, 26 Jamieson-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Salkeld, Robert, tailor. 19 Abbot-st 
Salmond, William, baker, 29 W Abbey-st 
Salmond, Wm. M., baker, 8 Academy-st 
Savege, David, painter, 257 High-st 
Savege, Thomson, painter, 37 Hayswell-rd 
Scott, Alex., flaxdresser, 39 Sidney-st 
Scott, Alex., wood merchant, Millbank 
Scott, Alfred, shoemaker, 45 W Abbey-st 
Scott, David, baker, 20 W Abbey-st 
Scott, David, flaxdresser, 5 Cross Mill-wynd 
Scott, David, shoemaker, 21 Leonaid-st 
Scott, David, residenter, IS Cross Mill-wd 
Scott, D.J. S., cabinetmaker, 26 St Vigeans-rd 
Scott, James, baker, 21 Hayslane 
Scott, James, engineer, 58 St Vigeans-rd 
Scott, Jas., machinist, 38 St Vigeans-rd 
Scott, James, mason, 19 Palmer-st 
Scott, James, gardener, Springfield 
Scott, Robert, labourer, 46 StVigeans-road 
Seaton, H. G., collector, 33 Hayswell-rd 
Shand, Jas., millworker, 33 E Abbey-st 
Shanks, Chas., flaxdresser, 9 Guthrie-hill 
Shanks, Charles, residenter, 31 Fisheracre 
Sharp. Alex., flaxdresser, 20 Wardmill-rd 
Shaw, Robert, clerk, 4 Hayshead-rd 
Shepherd, Alexander, fireman, 44 Leonard -st 
Shepherd, David, beamer, 44 Ernest-st 



150 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ESTABLISHED 1824. 



Scottish Unions National 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Assets, - - Over £10,250,000 

Head Office : 35 ST ANDREW SQUARE, EDINBURGH. 



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Life and Endowments. 

Annuities and Pensions. Accidents and Illnesses. 

Leasehold and Capital Redemptions. 

Employers' Liabilities. 

Burglary and Theft. Fidelity. Transit of Securities. 

Property Owners' Liabilities. 

Third Party Liabilities. 

Glass Breakage. Motor Car Risks. 

• Horse Driving Accidents. Marine. 

All these Insurances Effected on the most Favourable Terms. 



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containing Particulars of the Latest Schemes. 



AGENTS IN ARBROATH: 

W. & W. H. ALEXANDER, Solicitors, 62 High Street 
J. & W. MACDONALD, Solicitors, High Street 
A. T. MORRISON, Commercial Bank 
NEILL & GIBB, Solicitors, 93 High Street 
WM. SOUTAR, British Linen Bank 



District Office : 41 ALBERT SQUARE, Dundee. 

Jas. W. Muir. Resident Secretary. 

Telephone No. 46. Telegraphic Address— " Unit-ate," Dundee. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



151 



Shepherd, David, labourer, 2 Refonn-st 
Shepherd, David, manager, 6 Carnegie-st 
Shepherd, Jas.,,Um., mason, 34 Ernest-st 
Shepherd, Wm.,'ironfounder, 5 Cairnie-st 
Sheriffs, David, baker, 48 Sidney-st 
Sherrit, Alex., farmer, 16 Ponderlaw-laue 
Sim, John, bleacher, 2 Bakers-wynd 
Sim, Thos., ironworker, 16 Howard-st 
Sim, Wm., engine fitter, 34 Kinnaird-st 
Simpson, Geo., flaxdresser, 61 E Abbey-st 
Simpson, Jas., shoemaker, 8 Leouard-st 
Singers, Alex., machine-planer, 46 Ernest-st 
Sivewright, J., merchant, 25 Commerce-st 
Skea, Henry B., clerk, 32 Ponderlaw-st 
Skea, James, tenter, 4 Brechin-rd 
Smart, Alex., flaxdresser, 12 Bakers-wynd 
Smart, Alex., flaxdresser, 3 St Vigeans-rd 
Smart, David, millworkei, 8 Stanley-st 
Smart, David, bleacher, 35 Culloden-road 
Smart, Joseph, photographer, 44 Sidney-st 
Smart, William, mason, 35 Kinnaird-st 
Smith, Adam, ironmonger, Seaton-rd 
Smith, Alex., registrar, 4 Hill-ter 
Smith, Alex., insurance-agent, 45 W Abbey-st 
Smith, Alex., labourer, 26 Hamilton-green 
Smith, A. K , jun., traveller, 23 St Vigeans-rd 
Smith, A.K., potato inerchant,21 St Vigeans-rd 
Smith, Arch., carter, 52 Kinnaird-st 
Smith, David, mechanic, 23 Sidney-st 
Smith, David, baker, 25 Leonard-st 
Smith, David, mechanic, 32 Howard-st 
Smith, George, mechanic, 46 Brechin-rd 
Smith, Geo., flaxdresser, IS Bakers-wynd 
Smtth, Geo., residenter, 23 E Mill-wynd 
Smith, G. R., insur. -agent, 19 Cairnie-st 
Smith, Jas., factory-worker, 42 £rnest-st 
Smith, Jas., gas-worker, 29 Palmer-st 
Smith, Jas., painter, 19J E Abbey-st 
Smith, Jas., railway guard, 8 Leonard-st 
Smith, John, joiner, 8 Academy-st 
Smith, John, fireman, 47 Leonard-st 
Smith, John, moulder, 3 Abbey-path 
Smith, John, flaxdresser, 50 Brechin-rd 
Smith, John, labourer, 62 Brechin-rd 
Smith, John S., grocer, 16 Abbot-st 
Smith, Peter, gardener, Cairniehill 
Smith, R. T., messenger, 37 Howard-st 
Smith, William, blacksmith, 40 Howard-st 
Smith, Wm., collector, 269 High-st 
Smith, Wm., chimney-sweep, 7 Barngreeu 
Smith, Wm., policeman, 23| W Abbey-st 
Smith, Wm., labourer, 29 Abbot-st 
Smith, Wm., labourer, 62 St Vigeans-rd 
Smith, Wm. A., engineer, 4 Culloden-rd 
Smith, Win. R., millworker, 15 Smithy-crof t 
Smyth, D. C. , overseer, 23 Cairnie-st 
Smyth, John, painter, 15 Abbot-st 
Smyth, John N., vintner, 3 Fisheracre 
Smyth, W. B., shoemaker, 29 Ernest-st 
Sorbie, John F., flaxdresser, 23 Abbot-st 
Soutar, Albert, labourer, 29 W Abbey-st 
Soutar, Alex., shoemaker, 26 E Mill-wynd 
Soutar, A. A., residenter, 10 Academy-st 
Soutar, And., shoemaker, 23 Hays-lane 
Soutar, David M., vanman, 19 Ernest-st 
Soutar, John, engine-driver, 15 St Vigeans-rd 
Spence, David, shoemaker, 56 Brechiu-f3 
Spence, Thomas, shoemaker, 48 Leonard-st 
Spink, Chas., tailor, 13 Stuart-st 
Spink, G. B , plumber, 269 High-st 



Stalker, James, shoemaker, 16 Ernest-st 
Stark, David L., shoemaker, 35 Cairnie-st 
Steel, John, factory-worker, 33 Fisheracre 
Stephen, Chas., coachman, 57 Barngreeu 
Stephen, D., warehouseman, 27 Ernest-st 
Stephen, Thos., policeman, 59 Leonard-st 
Stewart, Angus, moulder, 27 Culloden-road 
Stewart, David A., engineer, 47 Kinnaird-st 
Stewart, David F., mason, 42 Sidney-st 
Stewart, James, painter, 17 Barngreeu 
Stewart, John, shoemaker, 9 Sidney-st 
Stewart, John, labourer, 34 Brechin-road 
Stewart, William, tobacconist, 9 Howard-st 
Stewart, William, teacher, Brechin-road 
Stirling, John, flaxdresser, 38 Leonard-st 
Stiven, Andrew, shoeinaki r, 44 Howard-st 
Stormont, William, labourer, 1 Barbers-croft 
Strachan, Andrew R., bleacher, 12 Brechin-rd 
Strachan, David, bleacher, 13 St Vigeans-road 
Strachan, D., surlaceman, 16 Cross Mill-wynd 
Strachan, James, bootmaker, 18 Ernest-st 
Strachan, John, labourer, 22 Barngreeu 
Strachan, Thomas, engineer, 7 Guthrie-port 
Strachan, T. R., labourer, 39 Culloden-rd 
Strachan, Walter, fruiterer, 14 Academy-st 
Stuart, Ebenezer, factoryworker, 13 Sidney-st 
Stuart, William, labourer, 30 St Vigeans-rd 
SturrocK, David, shoemaker, 17 Barngreeu 
Sturrock, John, gardener, 19 Smithy-croft 
Sturrock, William, blacksmith, 70 Brechin-rd 
Sturrock, Wm., machinist, 28 Hamilton-green 
Sutcliffe, Wm., labourer, 15 Cross Mill-wynd 
Sutherland, Alex., mason, 8 Bakers-wynd 
Sutherland, John, overseer, 5 Hay swell-road 
Suttie, Andrew, gravedigger, 17 Ernest-st 
Swan, D., shop-assistant, 31 E Abbey-st 
Swan, James, fisherman, 32 Barngreeu 
Swan, William, residenter, Hayshead-road 
Swankie, Thomas, moulder, 31 Sidney-st 
Swankie, Win., moulder, 63 Sidney-st 
Swanson, John, currier, 29 Abbot-st 
Swanson, John, moulder, 57 Leonard-st 
Swanson, Thomas, tailor, 4 Stanley-st 
Swinton, A., marine engineer, 32 E Abbey-st 
Symmers, William, shoemaker, £8 E Abbey-st 
Symon, James, mechanic, 7 Abbot-st 

First (High St and Millgate.) Ward 
Talbert, Caithness, labourer, 12 Maule-st 
Talbert, William, carter, 19 Panmure-st 
Tallo, William, flaxdresser, 9j Applegate 
Tarbet, James L., printer, 45 Panmure-st 
Tasker, Johu, labourer, 9 Glover-st 
Tasker, John, signalman, 8 Wallace-st 
Tasker, Wm., bleacher, 12 Chalmers-st 
Taylor, Alex., flesher, 58 Nolt Loan-rd 
Taylor, David, lapper, 16 Church-st 
Taylor, Henry, insurance-agent, 146 High-st 
Taylor, James, tailor, 83 High-st 
Taylor, Jas. C, cabinetmaker, 30 Glover-st 
Taylor, Wm., lapper, 16 Church-st 
Teviotdale, Jas., fisherman, 10 Seagate 
Teviotdale, Wm., fisherman, 9 South-st 
Thomson, Alex., leather-cutter, 15 Kyd-st 
Thomson, A. G., currier, 16 Millgate-ln 
Thomson, Allan, lapper, 5 Murray-pl 
Thomson, David, tailor, 100 High-st 
Thomson, David, coachman, 2 West Mary-st 
Thomson, Geo. R., auctioneer, 16 Hill-pl 
Thomson, James, clerk, 37 Ladybridge-st 



152 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

J. B. MARTIN, 

Tobacconist, Stationer, and 

Newsagent, 

46 KEPTIE STREET, ARBROATH, 

Opposite the Rail-way Station. 



Proof Against Vermin I Dry Rot 



IS YOUR HOUSE DAMP? 

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Moisture by the use of 

ASPHALTE 



The Initial Cost is Trifling, and the 
Additional Comfort and Health 
Derived is Evident. 



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W. BRIGGS & SONS, LTD., DUNDEE. 

Wires — " Cement," Dundee. Telephone Nos. 1767-1768. 

MRS D. GALL, 

familp Grocer, tea, Wine and Spirit mercbant, 

1 CULLODEN ROAD, ARBROATH. 



Groceries, Spirits, and Malt Liquors of Finest Quality. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



153 



Thomson, Jas. A., ironmonger, 39 Hill-st 
Thomson, Jas. B. G., M.B., Ch.B., 17 Hill-pl 
Thomson, John, flaxdresser, 12 Kyd-st 
Thomson, John, fitter, 41 Lordburn 
Thorneycroft, Win. H., grocer, 125 High-st 
Todd, Wm., wright, 2S Maule-st 
Tosh, Wm., shoemaker, 44 High-st 
Traill, David B., night-watchman, 12 John-st 
Tullocli, Joseph, clerk, 58 Millgate-loan 
Turnbull, James, grocer, 37 High-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 
Tait, Jacob, flaxdresser, 70 Keptie-st 
Tait, Robert, mechanic, 17 Jarr.ieson-st 
Talbot, Wm., sailmaker, 33 Fergus-st 
Tarbat, Wm., clerk, 2 Princes-st 
Tarbet, Alex., fireman, 40 Helen-st 
Tavendale, David, lorry man, 23 Gowan-st 
Taylor, Alex , ironmonger, 7 Anderson-st 
Taylor, David, moulder, 4 West Keptie-st 
Taylor, David S., photographer, 7 Gowan-st 
Taylor, John, factoryworker, 54 Rossie-st 
Taylor, John, engine-fitter, 45 Elliot-st 
Taylor, Thos., police constable, 15 Colvill-pl 
Taylor, Wm., engine-fitter, 8 Gowan-st 
Thomson, Andrew, clothier, 62 Fergus-sq 
Thomson, David, engineer, 62 Cairnie-st 
Thomson, Edward, clerk, 24 Dalhousie-pl 
Thomson, Geo., reporter, Hillend-rd 
Thomson, Jas., warehouseman, 36 Cairnie-st 
Thomson, James, labourer, 82 Lochland-st 
Thomson, James, clerk, 54 Rossie-st 
Thomson, Jas. A., residenter, 31 Dishland-st 
Thomson, J. L., teacher, Jesmond,Noltloan-rd 
Thomson, John, shipmaster, 5 Colville-pl 
Thomson, Robert, storekeeper, 29 Green-st 
Thornton, D., jun., clothier, 16 Dalhousie-pl 
Thornton, Jas., joiner, 6 Elliot-st 
Thyue, John G., 68 Rossie-st 
Tocher, Wm. E., evangelist, 46 Dishland-st 
Tosh, John, glazier, 10 Helen-st 
Tough. Jas., cloth salesman, 11 Hillend-rd 
TurnbulJ, Geo., tailor, 11 Rossie-st 
Turnbull, James, gardener, 22 Oairnie-st 
Turnbull, Jas., gardener, 1 Addison-pl 
Turnbull, James A., iron-turner, 8 Duke-st 
Turriff, Henfrey A., 52 Addison-pl 
Tweedie,. John A., minister, 6 Albert-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Tarbat, Alex., corn-factor, 19 Cairnie-st 
Taylor, Alex., painter, 50 Howard-st 
Taylor, David, draper, Gowanbank 
Taylor, David, lapper, 57 Barngreen 
Taylor, Geo., labourer, 7 Convent-st 
Taylor, John, labourer, 18 W Abbey-st 
Taylor, R. A. , chemical-worker, 56 Howard-st 
Tear, Alexander, labourer, 62 St Vigeans-rd 
Teviotdale, Wm., residenter, 3 Bakers-wd 
Thorn, Alexander, caretaker, 12 Abbey-path 
Thorns, Geo., yarn-clerk, 19 Cairnie-st 
Thomson, Alex., clothier, Seaton-rd 
Thomson, Geo. H., engraver, 34 Hamilton-gn 
Thomson, James, carver and gilder, 7 Kyd-st 
Thomson, Jas., storekeeper, 72 Howard-st 
Thomson, Jas. G., merchant, 1 Walker-pl 
Thomson, Robert, enginedriver, 40 Sidney-st 
Thomson, Wm., butcher, 17 Sidney-st 
Thornton, David, sen., draper-, Sunniva 
Tosh, James, labourer, 16 Brecliin-rd 
Tosh, Robt, mill-foreman, 2 Walker-pl 



Toy, Robert P., lapper, 34 St Vigeans-rd 
Trimble, Chas., ironworker, 8 Stanley-st 

First (High St and Militate) Ward 
Urquhart, James, flaxdresser, 16 E Grimsby 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Valentine, David, irondresser, 25 Park-st 
Valentine, Robert, labourer, 11 Park-st 
Vannet, Edward, surfaceman, 53 W Grimsby 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Valentine, John, goods-porter, 26 Green-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Valentine, Jas., plumber, 15 St Vigeans-rd 
Vannet, James E., clerk, 57 Kinnaird-st 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Waddell, Wm., moulder, 23 Bank-st 
Waddington, Thomas, currier, 3 W Newgate 
Walker, David Y., butcher, 40 Millgate-loan 
Walker, James, hawker, 18 Millgate-ln 
Walker, James, ironturuer, 21 Church-st 
Wallace, Alex., flaxdresser, 35 West-port 
Wallace, A.S., veterinary-surgeon, 40 Hill-st 
Wallace, Chas., shoemaker, 21 Lordburn 
Wallace, James, labourer, 26 Ladybridge-st 
Wallace, Wm., mi 11- foreman, 20 W Mary-st 
Wallace, Wm., bleacher, 6 W Mary-st 
Wannan, D , general-merchant, 51 Marketgate 
Wannan, Wm., flaxdresser, 4 Applegate 
Ward, Alex., ropespinner, 17 N Grimsby 
Warden, Jas., clerk, 48 High-st 
Warren, Peter, upholsterer, 11 Kyd-st 
Waterson, Chas., mason, 29 Ann-st • 
Watson, Alex., Abbey-keeper, 19 Church-st 
Watson, George, labourer, 10 W Mary-st 
Watson, James, labourer, 14 North Grimsby 
Watson, Jas. P., shoemaker, 27 Bank-st 
Watson, J., comcl. traveller, 11 Brothock-br 
Watson, J. R , irondresser, 17 Panmure-st 
Watson, T., boxmaker, 76 Marketgate 
Watson, Wm., carter, 18 W Grimsby 
Watson, Wm , residenter, 14 North Grimsby 
Watt, Alex., fisherman, 22 High-st 
Watt, Andrew, policeman, 81 Ladyloan 
Watt. David, postman, 175 High-st 
Watt, David, dealer, 2 Maule-st 
Watt, James, residenter, 3 Lordburn 
Watt, John, fisherman, 17 Seagate 
Watt, John, g-eneral merchant, 4 E Mary-st 
Watt, John, shoemaker, 21 Lordburn 
Webster, Sir Francis, manufacturer, Ashbrook 
Webster, J., solicitor, 36 Addison-pl 
Webster, Wm. W., manufacturer, Denley 
Weir, Chas., shoemaker, 43 Panmure-st 
Weir, James G., hairdresser, 39 John-st 
Weir, John, warehouseman, 24 W Newgate 
Weir, John, residenter, Belmont 
Weir, Wm., scavenger, 2 Maule-st 
Welsh, David, shoemaker, 26 Kyd-st 
West, Jas. S., railway-stoker, 17 South-st 
Weston, Andrew, labourer, 8 Shore 
Weston, Geo., labourer, 10 W Mary-st 
Weston. John W., labourer, 75 Millgatt-loan 
Wliaiuoml, David, mi.l-overseer, 44 Applegate 
White, George, enginedriver, 33 Ladyloan 
White, James D., vintner, 37 Panmure-st 
White, John, niachineman, 7 Wallace-st 
Whitton, And., labourer, 16 Panmure-st 
Whitton, Andrew, moulder, 18 Millgate-loan 



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ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



155 



Whitton, Jas., carter, 44 Marketgate 

Whyte, Alex., mason, 23 N Grimsby 

Whyte, U. W., wine-merchant, 12£ West-port 

Whyte, James, seaman, 9 Marketgate 

Whyte, John, flaxdresser, 13 Hannah-st 

Whyte, John, bleacher, 16 Kyd-st 

Will, David L., coach-trimmer, 55 Millgate-ln 

Will, James L., mason, 1 Shore 

Williamson, D., storekeeper, 7 Glover-st 

Williamson, David, lapper, 5 Glover-st 

Williamson, Henry, moulder, 24 Ann-st 

Williamson, W. C, carter, 6£ Bank-st 

Willocks, David, labourer, 22 Glover-st 

Wills, Charles, engineer, 60 Millgate-ln 

Wills, Geo., chauffeur, 19 Panmure-st ■ 

Wilson, Alex., 52 Marketgate 

Wilson, Alex. M., upholsterer, 82 High-st 

Wilson, David T., upholsterer, 2 Hill-pl 

Wilson, Win., vintner, 13-15 Ladyloan 

Winton, Alex. 15., tea merchant, 44 High-st 

Wishart, D. J., uia*on, 30 John-st 

Wishart, Thos., cabinetmaker, 27 Panmure-st 

Wishart, William G., mason, 38 John-st. 

Wood, Joserjh, tanner, 11 Park-st 

Wright, John, joiner, 10 John-st 

Wyllie, J. R., chimney-sweep, 13 Union-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 
Waiters, Wm., slater, 27 Green-st 
Walker, Alex., bottler, 32 Dishland-st 
Walker, James, engineer, Kinloch-ter 
Walker, James, moulder, 39 Green-st 
Walker, Robert, mill-manager, 7 Hillend-rd 
Walsh. John, drill sergeant, 32 Jamieson-st 
Wallace, Geo., machineman, 7 Dishland-st 
Wallace, G. R., residenter, Nolt Loan-rd 
Wallace, Jas., waste-merchant, 42 Elliot-st 
Wallace, John, ironmoulder, 32 Helen-st 
Wannan, Jas., mason, 20 Gowan-st 
Warren, Peter, printer, 10 Garden-st 
Watson, Frank, grocer, 2 Russell-st 
Watson, Henry, licensed grocer, 12 Fergus-st 
Watson, James J., residenter, 43 Rossie-st 
Watson, T. W.. coal-merchant, Salisbury-pl 
Watson, Wm., shoemaker, 1 Russell-st 
Watt, Alex., mechanic, 6 J Elliot-pl 
Watt, David, fireman, 21 Fergus-sq 
Watt, George, lorryman, 16 Jamieson-st 
Watt. Jas., warehouseman, 50 Helen-st 
Watt, James, machine-fitter, 57 Rossie-st 
Watt, J. B., mechanic, 50 Lochland-st 
Watt, John, cloth-inspector, 7 Russell-st 
Weir, John, bleacher, 32 Forgus-sq 
Welsh, Jas., shoemaker, 16 Fergus-sq 
Welsh, Wm, residenter, 82 Helen-st 
White, Alex., residenter, 64 Cairnie-st 
White, Jas., mechanic, 36 Fergus-sq 
Whitton, Charles, moulder, 26 St Mary-st 
Whitton, James, moulder, 30 St Mary-st 
Whitton, W., market-gardener, Dishland-hill 
Whyte, David, gardener, Greenfield 
Whyte, George, flaxdresser, 79 Keptie-st 
Whyte, Jas., store-keeper, 17 Russell-st 
Whyte, James C, joiner, 31 Jamieson-st 
Whyte, Jas. E., cashier, 69 Lochland-st 
Whyte, R. 13., ironturner, 34 Helen-st 
Whyte, William, millworker, 17 Fergits^st- J - 
Whytock, John, flaxdresser, 19 Rossie-st 
Will, George, police-constable, 25 W Keptie-st 
Will, John, engineer, 2 Jamieson-st 



Williamson, Jas., plumber, 52 St Mary-st 
Williamson, Jas., railway-porter, 23 Gowan-st 
Wilson, David, clerk, 16 Elliot-st 
Wilson, David, railway servant, 22 Gowan-st 
Wilson, Henry, tanner, 24 Elliot-st 
Wilson, John, merchant, Viewfield-rd 
Wilson, John A., merchant, The Croft 
Wilson, S. C, merchant; Kotomahana 
Winton, Andrew, flaxdresser, 23 Fergus-sq 
Wood, Alfred, shoemaker, 26 Jamieson-st 
Wood, Chas., porter, 7 Bridge-st 
Wood, George, flaxdresser, 36 Helen-st 
Woodside, T. , clerk, Ingleside, Elliot-pl 
Wyllie, Francis, machineman, 23 Fergus-st 
Wyllie, W. S., boiler-maker, 49 Helen-st 
Wynton, Alex, licensed-grocer, 4 Queen-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Waddell, John, flaxdresser, 11 Ogilvy-pl 
Wade, Wm. tailor, 7 St Vigeans-road 
Walker, James, grocer, 50 St Vigeans-road 
Walker, James, plumber, 32 Ernest-st 
Wallace, Andrew, farmer, "Culloden" 
Wallace, David, ploughman, 3 Bakers-wynd 
Wallace, David, carter, 39 Leonard-st 
Wallace, Wm., shoemaker, 29 W Abbey-st 
Waterson, Wm., labourer, 32 li Mill-wd 
Watson, Chas., engineer, 15 Leonard-st 
Watson, Geo., shoemaker, 5J Fisheracre 
Watson, Jas., bleacher, 51 Guthrie-port 
Watson, Jas., flaxdresser, 2 Stanley-st 
Watson, John, engineer, 1 Guthrie-hill 
Watson, Peter, moulder, 63 Leonard-st 
Watson. Robert, bootsalesman, 9 E Abbey-st 
Watt, Andrew, labourer, 21 Ponderlaw-st 
Watt, Chas., vaumau, 9 Palmer-st 
Watt, James, lapper, 38 Kinnaird-st 
Watt, Robert, engine fitter, 5 Ernest-st 
Watt, Robert, stoker, 8 Leonard-st 
Watt, Thos., saddler, 7 . Culloden-rd 
Webster, Angus, painter, 57 Sidnej-st 
Webster, David, painter, 24 Wardmill-rd 
Webster, Jas., plumber, 7 Guthrie-port 
Webster, Robt., shoemaker, 3 Kinnaird-st 
Webster, W , master bleacher, Bellevue-house 
Weston, Wm., carter, 32 Kinnaird-st 
Whamond, John, moulder, 42 St Vigeans-rd 
White, Chas., grieve, Brechin-rd l 
White, Charles, porter, 13 EMill-wynd 
White, Duncan, sen., engineer,-'16 Barngreen 
White, Gordon, engine-driver, 21 Ernest-st 
White, James, engineer, 23 Barngreen 
White, Win., gardener, 20 St Vigeans-rd 
Whitton, David, carter, 7 Convent-st 
Whitton, David, insurance-agent, 19 Hay's-ln 
Whitton, James, flaxdresser, 53 W Abbey-st 
Whitton, John, carter, 59 Sidney-st 
Whitton, John, residenter, 21 Leonard-st 
Whitton, John G., cooper, 18 Abbot-st 
Whyte, Jas. S., druggist, 31 Hays well-road 
Whyte, W. L., moulder, 5 Ernest-st 
Wilkie, M. H., bleacher, 11 Howard-st ■ 
Will, Win,, bleacher, 25 Hayswell-road 
Williamson, A. D., manager, 59 Kinnaird-st 
Williamson, David, engineer, 43 Ernest-st 
Williamson, James, residenter, 3 Dorward-pl 
Wtifianison, Jas., reliefman, 7 Hill-ter 
Williamson, W., dancing-master, 1 Carnegie-st 
Williamson, Wm., reporter, 3 Walker-pl 
Williamson, Win., baker, 4 Hamilton-gh 



J56 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



R. ANDERSON 

(Successor to Robert Shepherd), 

FAMILY GROCER, 

@ea, IJSHne, cm& Spirit "g$lerct?cmt, 

43 EAST ABBEY STREET, 

ARBROATH. 



GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. 



SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES. ' 
Purest and Fully Matured. 

BRANDIES, WINES, AND CORDIALS. 

ALES and STOUTS always in Prime Condition. 



GEORGE KEITH 

(Successor to JOHN KEITH), 

SAIL, COVER, AND 
TENT MAKER, 

5 EAST GRIMSBY, Arbroath. 

House— 7 ANN STREET. Telephone 2y3. 




Van, Engine, Sail, and other Covers. Shop Sunshades 
a Specialty. Tents and MARQUEES Made to Order. 



Estimates Given for all Kinds of Canvas Work. 



ARBROATH MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



157 



Williamson, Win., baker, 53 Leonard-st 
Willocks, Daniel, flaxdresser, 20 East Mill-wd 
Willocks, Edward, tanner, 13 Stnart-st 
Willocks, Geo., shoemaker, 9 Sidney-st 
Wilson, Jas., policeman, 20 Ogilvy-pl 
Wilson, James, gardener, 35 E. Abbey-st 
Wilson, P. M., mechanic, 32 Ernest-st 
Wilson, Win., police-sergeant, Abbeyview 
Wimon, Jas., confectioner, 4 E Mill-wynd 
Wishart, Alex., labourer, 16 E Mill-wynd 
Wishart, Jas., ironmoulder, 50 St Vigeans-rd 
Wood, Colin, baker, 269 Hiarh-st 
Wood, David, weaver, 31 Guthrie-hill 
Wood, Jas., baker, 45 W Abbey-st 
Wood, Jas.. labourer, 18 Lillies-wynd 
Wyllie, Chas., residenter, 19 Fisheracre 
Wyllie, D. , mill-manager, 46 Culloden-rd 
Wyllie, David, policeman, 23 Palmer-sb 
Wyllie, G,, baker, 3 Bakers-wynd 
Wyllie, Thos., joiner, 64 Brechin-rd 
Wyntou, David, tailor, 38 Ernest-st 



First (High St and Mitigate) Ward 
Teaman, John, flaxdresser, 19 Millgate-ln 
Young, Alex, joiner, 7 W Mary-st 
Young, Arch., plasterer, 7 W Newgate 
Young, Isaac, yarndresser, 16 Hannah-st 
Young, Robert, fisherman, 18 High-st 
Young, Robert, jun., IS Seagate 
Young, Win., flaxdresser, 14 Millgate-loan 
Yule, Arthur, physician, 9 Hill-st 

Second (Lochlands &Keptie) Ward 
Yarrow, George, engineeer, 41 Rossie-st 
Young, Murray W., shoemaker, 6 St Mary-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Yarrow, Albert, mechanic, 44 Culloden-rd 
Yeamau, A., potato-dealer, 1 Cross Mill-wynd 
Yeanian, D., residenter, IS Cross Mill-wynd 
Yeaman, Win,, gardener, 18 Ogilvy-pl 
Yeanian, Win., carter, 7 Cross Mill-wynd 
Young, A. 0., gas manager, 32 Ponderlaw-st 
Young, Tom A., manager, Hayshead-road 



List of Female Householders. 



First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Adam, Isabella, 14 Bank-st 

Adams, Catherine A., 17 W Grimsby 

Addison, Mrs K. East N evrgate 

Airth, Euplieinia, 23 Park-st 

Alexander, Mrs Agnes, 37 Lordburn 

Alexander, Betsy, 12 James-st 

Alexander, Christina. 49 Ladvloan 

Allan, Mrs H., 2 West Mary-s't 

Anderson, Ann, weaver, 53 Panniure-st 

Anderson, Mrs A., 176 High-st 

Anderson, Betsy G., 4 Brothock Bridge 

Anderson, Mrs C, grocer, 26 Ladyloan 

Anderson, Elizabeth, 16 Kyd-st 

Anderson, Elizabeth, servant, 53 Panmure-st 

Anderson, Mrs J. A., 43 Hill st 

Andeison, Jessie costumier, 4 Brothock-bdge 

Anderson, Mrs Margaret, 142£ High-st 

Anderson, Mrs Mary, 45 Millgate-loan 

Anderson, Mary, servant, 35 West port 

Axford, Mrs M., 17 Panmure-st 

Second (Lochlands & Kep tie) Ward 

Adam, Isabella, housekeeper, 15 Fergus-sq 
Adamson, Bella P., confectioner, 24 Elliot-st 
Adamson, Jemima, 64 Cairnie-st 
Adamson, Mrs M. H., 18 Green-st 
Addison, Mrs M., 14 Gowan-st 
Airth, Annie, 9 Elliot-pl 
Airth, Margaret, Lochlands 
Airth, Mary, Lochlands 
Aitken, Emma P. 16 Addisou-pl 
Aitkenhead, Margaret B., Yiewfield-rd 
Alexander, tieorgina K., 42 Addison-pl 
Alexander, Mrs I., 6 Gowan-st 
Alexander, Mina, 30 Fergus-st 
Allardice, Lizzie, confectioner, 77 Keptie-st 
Anderson, Ann, factory worker, 2 W Keptie-st 
Anderson, Mrs Annie, 42£ Cairnie-st 
Anderson, Betsy D., 44 Cairnie-st 
Anderson, Helen L., Kinloeh-tei' 
Anderson, Jane, 52 Addison-pl 



Anderson, Jessie B. , 20 Nolt 1 an-rd 
Anderson, Lizzie, 29 Jamieson-st 
Anderson, Mary, teacher, 9 Colvill-pl 
Anderson. Mary, Kinloch-ter 
Anderson, Mrs Mary M., 16 Rosemount-rd 
Anderson, May L., teacher, 39 Jamieson-st 
Archer, Elizabeth A., 3ii Jamieson-st 
Archer, Mrs L, 30 Jamieson-st 
Arkley, Flora, dressmaker, 21 Duke-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Adam, Mary Ann, 35 Howard-st 

Airth, Elizabeth, dressmaker, 26 Howard-st 

Alexander, Mrs J., 37 Guthrie Port 

Alexander, Maggie, 68 Brechin-rd 

Alexander, Margaret, Madeira-cottage 

Alexander, Mrs Mary, S Leonard-st 

Allan, Mrs Jessie, 25 Culloden-rd 

Allan, Mrs M., 1 James-st 

Allan, Mary Laurence, 32 Hamilton-green 

Anderson, Annie S., 48 Brechin-rd 

Anderson, Mrs E., 20 Ponderlaw-st 

Anderson, Margaret, Springfield 

Armour, Elizabeth H.,26 East Mill-wyna 

Ash, Mrs Jessie, 3 Lilies-wynd 

Ash ford, Jane, factory-worker, 11 Kinnaird-st 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Bannerinan, Mrs A., 30 Kyd-st 

Barnet, Davidina, 56 Marketgate 

Barnet, Elizabeth S. ,7 West Newgate 

Barnet, Margaret, teacher, 23 West-port 

Barrie, Mrs Mary, 216 High-st 

Batchelor, Agnes, Gowan-st 

Beattie, Uella, 10 West Newgate 

Beattie, Elsie, millworker. 47 Panmure-st 

Beattie, Jane, 16 High-st 

Beattie, Mrs Jane, 21 Old Shore-head 

Beattie, Mrs M., 67 Millgate-ln 

Bennet, Mrs J. 1 Church-st 

Birrell, Marv, 2 W. Mary-st 

Black, Helen, 40 Millgate-loan 

Black, Margaret, 14 W Mary-st 



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ARBROATH FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



159 



Boath, Annie E., nurse, 78 Marketgate 

Boath, Marv M , 7 Hannak-st 

Booth, Aim, 7 Hi 11-st 

Bowman, Eliza Ann, 1 Albert-st 

Boyle, Mrs Barbara, 59 High-st 

Boyne, Elizabeth S., merchant, 50J High-st 

Braid, Mrs Annie, 240 High-st 

Brodie, Jane, 10 James-st 

Brodie, Margaret, printer, Nolt Loan-rd. 

Brown, Annie, grocer, 33 Marketgate 

Brown, J. C, 19 Wallace-st 

Brown, Jean Ann, weaver, 3 Lordburn 

Buiek, Annie, 44 Glover-st 

Buick, Maggie, 27 Panmure-st 

Burnett, Mrs Janet, 2S Bank-st 

Butchart, Mrs Grace A., 47 John-st 

Butchart, Hannah, weaver, 20 Hill-pl 

Byars, Mrs C. , milliner, 153 High-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Bain, Margaret, millworker, 34 Keptie-st 

Bain, Margaret B., 1 Alexandra-pl 

Baird, Agnes C, (57 Helen-st- 

Baird, Ann M'A., 23 Gowan-st 

Barnet. Mary, warehouse woman, 21 Queen-st 

Barnett, Jane, 93 Keptie-st 

Barnett, Mary A.,factoryworker, 64 St Mary-st 

Barrie, Jean, 1 George-st 

Bathie, Mrs Mary Ann, Craigievar 

Baxter, Jane B., Rose-st 

Beat, Jane, 56 Helen-st 

Beattie, Jessie D., 16 Jamieson-st 

Beattie, Mary Ann, 64 Cairnie-st 

Beattie, Susan, 14 Lochland-st 

Bell, Margaret W. H., 45 Rossie-st 

Bennet, Mrs. H., 26 Hillend-rd. 

Bertie, Eliza, 26 Gowan-st 

Binnie, Mrs H, 41 Rossie-st 

Birse, Betsy, 26 Jamieson-st 

Bisset, Theresa H. L., 64 Nolt Loan-rd 

Bisset, Mrs Violet C, 64 Nolt Loan-rd 

Black, Ann, 48 Lochland-st 

Black, Ann, S Keptie-st 

Black, Mrs A. T., hotelkeeper, 1 Catherine-st 

Black, Betsy, 94 Fergus-st 

Black, Catherine, 13 Queen-st 

Black, Mrs M. 29 Rossie-st 

Blacklock, Flora, 4 Lochland-st 

Blair, Ann, factory-worker, 5 Anderson-st 

Boath, Helen, 10 Jamieson-st 

Boath, Jane, 24 Robert-st 

Boath, Jean, 5 Victoria-si 

Booth, Agnes, millworker, 24 Green-sv 

Booth. Margaret G., S George-st 

Bouick, Isa. ,21 Green-st 

Bowen, Mrs Elspeth, 3 Garden-st 

Bowman, Elizabeth, 39 St Mary-st 

Bowman, Isabella, Nolt Loan-rd 

Bradford, Mrs M., 10 W Keptie-st 

Brand, Mrs Eliza C, 30 Dishland-st 

Brown, Mrs E. F., 10 Dalhonsie-pl 

Brown, Mrs E., S Addison-pl 

Brown, Mrs Helen, St Roque, Nolt Loan-rd 

Brown, Margaret, 41 Lochlands drive 

Brown, Mrs M., millworker, 24 Gowan-st 

Brown, Mary, 3 Russell st 

Bruce, Margaret M., 24 Elliot-st 

Buiek, Mary S., 38 Lochland-st 

Bunch, Margaret, S Colvill-pl 

Burrell, Charlotte, 7 Victoria-st 



Butchart, Catherine, 12 Hillend-road 
Butchart, Elizabeth, 2 Jamieson-st 
Butchart, Mrs G., 36 Cairnie-st 
Butchart, Mrs J. 54 Fergus sq 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Bannerman, J., 21 Culloden-rd 

Barnet, Isabella, 259 High-st 

Barnett, Elizabeth, 35 E Mill-wynd 

Barrie, Mrs Agnes, caretaker, 15 Howard-st 

Bates, Ann E., 2 Abbot-st 

Baxter, Mrs Bella, weaver, 17 Culloden-rd 

Baxter, Mrs J., 28 Barngreen 

Bell, Mrs C, 41 Kinnaird-st 

Bell, Mrs Margaret, 11 Barngreen 

Bennet, Mrs Janet, 15 Abbot-st 

Berry, Joan. 38 Kinnaird-st 

Bertie, Mrs Helen S., 10 W Abbey-st 

Bertie, Jessie, 3 Ponderlaw.st. 

Black, Mrs D., sen., 50 St Yigeans-rd 

Black, Georgina, 19 Fisheracre 

Boath, Mary Ann, 7 W Abbey-st 

Bogue, Mrs Barbara, 29 Fisheracre 

Bothwell, Mis Annie, 10 Barngreen 

Bothwell, Sai-ah, 5 Cross Mill-wynd 

Bowman, Jane S., 5 Kinnaird-st 

Boyack, Ann M., 18 E. Mill-wynd 

Boyd, Mrs Mary, 7S St Vigeans-rd 

Brand, Jessie M'D., 32 Howard-st 

Bridges, Mrs Elizabeth, 2 Ponderlaw-lane 

Brough, Helen, housekeeper, 14 Barngreen 

Brown, Betsy, 10 Hayswell-rd 

Brown Margaret, 21 Abbot-st 

Bruce; Agnes., 21 Cairnie-st 

Bruce, Mrs H., 39 Leonard-st 

Bryan, Agnes M., 33 Cairnie-st 

Buiek, Margaret Stewart, IS Abbot-st 

Bullock, Mrs Ann G., 39 Sidney-st 

Burnett, Mrs E. W., millworker, 15 Sidney-st 

Burnett, Mrs I., 41 Ernest-st 

Buttertield, Margaret, 13 Cairnie-st 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Cables, Mary S. M., 32 Kyd-st 

Caird, Mrs M., factory- worker, 39 Panmure-st 

Campbell, Mrs Betsy, 12 Chalmers-st 

Campbell, Grace C, 20 W. Mary-st 

Cant, Jemima, 4 Osborne-ter 

Carey, Margaret B., 2 Shore 

Cargill, Mrs Annie. 16 John-st 

Cargill, Mrs B., 21 Seagate 

Cargill, D. , 24 Seagate 

Cargill, Mrs E., 15 West Newgate. 

Cargill, Miss Isabella, »2 Seagate 

Cargill, Mrs J., 101 Seagate 

Cargill, Jane C, 21 W Nen^ate 

Cargill, Mrs Jane Coull, 20 Ladybridge-st 

Cargill. Jessie, 24 Uniou-st E 

Cargill, Jessie P., 34 Jamieson-st 

Cargill, Mrs L., 21 South-st 

Cargill, Margaret, 19 High-st 

Carnegie, Maggie, 3 Lordburn 

Carrie, Jane C, 32 Ladybridge-s 

Carrie, Janet M., 3S Ann-st 

Cathro, Barbara, 240 High-st 

Chapman, Mrs Ann. 3 Ladyloan 

Christie, Elizabeth, 30 Hannah-st 

Christie, Mrs Martha, 15 Kyd-st. 

Christie, Rachel F., poulterer, 9S High-st 

Christison, Gertrude D., grocer, 23 Ladyloan 



160 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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WEIGHING MACHINES ADJUSTED. 
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Sanitary Appliances Supplied or Repaired. 



Electric Light, Bells, and Telephones Fitted 
by Competent Electricians. 



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Full Particulars, Price-Lists, Instructions, &c. , may be had on Application. 

Telephone No. 150. 

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JOBBING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 



ARBROATH FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



161 



Clark, Christina, 7 Osborne-ter 

Clark, Helen, office-cleaner, 31 Gravesend 

Clark, Margaret, factory-worker, 13 Hannah-st 

Cobb, Annie, 3 West Grimsby 

Cobb, Violet G., 3 West Grimsby 

Cochrane, Mrs J., 12 Kirk-sq 

Cook, Mrs Annie J., 36 Maule-st 

Corstorphine, Margaret, Hillside House 

Cossans, Isabella, 22 Ann-st 

Coull, Annie, 8 Millgate-ln 

Coull, Jessie, confectioner 43 Ladyloan 

Couiie, Betsy, 8 Maule-st 

Coutts, Mrs Jessie, 19 Park-st 

Cowie, Ann, 77 Ladyloan 

Crighton, Mrs Jane, 39 W Newgate 

Croall, Catherine, spinner, 37 Lordburn 

dimming, Maria G. 37 Lordburn 

Carrie, Margaret S., teacher, 24 Victoria-st 

Second i Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 
Caird, Mary L., 57 Dishland-st 
Calder, Mary ft., author, " Heathcote " 
Cameron, Agnes T. D., warper, 13 Dishland-st 
Campbell, Sirs M., 20 Lochland-st 
Cant, Margaret P., 1 Anderson-st 
Cargill, Helen P., 9 Addison-place 
Cargill, Jessie F., 18 Hillend-rd 
Cargill, Mary, 2(3 Jamieson-st 
Carnegie, Mrs A. L. Annesley 
Carr, Christina, machinist, 1 George-st 
Carrie, Annie, SO Helen-st 
Carver, Annie R., 63 Dishland-st 
Chishohn, Miss Jane, dressmaker, 27 Green-st 
Christie, Ann, 67 Lochland-st 
Christie, Ann, 34 Lochland-st 
Christie, Mrs C, 54 Fergus-sq 
Christie, Helen, weaver, 24 Robert-st 
Christie, Mrs, H., 22 Gowan-st 
Christie, Mrs I., 74 Rossie-st 
Christie, Margaret M., 56 Rossie-st 
Christie, Margaret M., 48 Addison-pl 
Christie, Mary C, 20 St Mary-st 
Christie, Mrs Mina, 39 Lochland-st 
Christison, Mrs I., 76 Helen-st 
Clark, Annie, weaver, 19 Catherine-st 
Clark, Catherine, 94 Keptie-st 
Clark, Margaret Thompson, 2 Hillend-road 
Collins, Mrs J., 36 Fergus-sq 
Cooper, Eliza., factory- worker 83 Lochland-st 
Cooper, Mrs Martha, 27 Green-st 
Cornwall, M., servant, 27 W Keptie-st 
Corsar, Mrs E. M. T., 13 Gowan-st 
Corsar, Margaret T. . 2 Alexandra-pl 
Corstorphine, Margaret, 18 Victoria-st 
Cossans, Elizabeth, confectioner, 29 Fergus-sq 
Coutts, Isabella, 41 Jamieson-st 
Cowieson, Kate F., 23 Victoria-st 
Cowper, Elizabeth, 94 Keptie-st 
Cox, Mrs Marion, 6 Nolt Loan-rd 
Crabb, Helen, weaver, 55 Helen-st 
Crabb, Jessie, 56 Cairnie-st 
Craig, Agnes B., 56 Guthrie-port 
Craig, Margaret, 15 Fergus-sq 
Craig, Margaret Jane, St Olaf 
Craig, Margaret R., 27 FergHS-st 
Craig, Mary, 18 Fergus-sq 
Crockatt, Christina, grocer, 13 St Mary-st 
Crofts, Mrs Agnes, 42 Cairnie-st. 
Crofts, Ann, 45 Lochlands-drive 
Cruickshank, Ann, 14 Robert-st 



Camming, Margaret, weaver, 10 Robert-st 

Cuthbert, Mary, 70 Lochland-st 

Cuthill. Jessie M., stationer, 1 Dishland-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Calder, Mrs Ann, 2 Abbot-st 

Calder, Mrs Betsy, 34 Elliot-st 

Callum, Catherine, 3 Ponierlaw-st 

Cameron, Elizabeth, Hayshead-road 

Cameron, Marjory, 32 St Vigeans-rd 

Carnegie, Elizabeth, 11 Fisheracre 

Carnegie, Lizzie, 6S Brechin-rd 

Carnegie, Mar., restaurateur, 19Hamilton-gn 

Carrie, Annie, 7 Guthrie-pt 

Carrie. Helen, confectioner, 223 High-st 

Carrie, Mrs J., 62 Brechin-rd 

Chalmers, Mary E. S., Ernest-st 

Chisholm, Mary, 35 Howard-st 

Christie, Mrs D. 23 Lillies-wynd 

Christie, Mrs J., 44 Howard-st 

Clark, Mrs Elizabeth, 16 Smithy-croft 

Claik, Elizabeth G., weaver, 5-7 Smithy-croft 

Connell, Jane, 275 High-st 

Connel, Mrs Jane, 11 Allan-st 

Cook, Sarah Goldsmith, 11 Carnegie-st 

Cooper, Mrs J., 11 Palmer-st 

Copland, Mrs Isabella W., 24 Sidney-st 

Cosans, Jane, 36 Barngreen 

Coutts, Jane S., 50 Guthrie-pt 

Cowie, Ann R., 7S Brechin-rd 

Craig, Mrs H, 15 Culloden-rd 

Crammond, Helen C. , 50 Brechin-rd 

Crawford, Cecilia, weaver, 17 Ogilvy-pl 

Crichton, Isabella S., Brechin-rd 

Cruickshanks, J., dressmaker, Strachan-st 

Cuthbert, Catherine, 1 Allan-st 

Cuthbert, Jessie C, 53 Kinuaird-st 

Cuthill, Mrs Elizabeth, 12 Abbot-st 

First (High St and Miilgate) Ward 
Dalgarno, Alice M., Springfield-ter 
Dallachie, Mrs E., 52 High-st 
Dallochie, Agnes, 36 Ann-st 
Davidson, Mrs B,, 6 Glover-st 
Davidson, Mrs C, 43 Hannah-st 
Davidson, Isabella F., 39 Ladybridge-st 
Davidson, Jean, 3J Glover-st 
Davidson, Mrs M., 10 John-st 
Davidson, Mrs Mary, 20 Hlgh-st 
Dobson, Jane, 8 Bank-st 
Don, Mrs S., 40 Glover-st 
Donaldson, Henrietta, 19 Park-st 
Dorward, Mrs M. , 26 Kyd-st 
Dowie, Agnes, 19 West Newgate 
Downie, Mrs Ann, 1 Hill-pl 
Drummond, Mrs J. newsagent, 49 j Millgate-ln 
Duff, Mary W., 3 Wallace-st 
Duncan, Annie, 57 Wallace-st 
Duncan, Mrs C, 14 Hannah-st 
Duncan, Mrs C, 11 Panmure-st 
Duthie, Eliza F., 3 Hill-road 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Dargie Mrs lsa., 28 Nolt loan-rd 

David, Annie, 9 Garden-st 

David, Mrs J., nurse, 1 Garden-st 

Davidson, Ann, 30 Victoria-st 

Davidson, Helen, shop-keeper, 13 Green-st 

Davidson, Isabella, teacher, 3 Elliot-place 

Davidson, Jean, 30 Victoria-st 



162 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Head Office, - 5 Loth bury, London, E.G. 

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Paid Up Capital, 150,000 

Reserves, 273,000 

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JAS. A. GRAHAM, Esq. (Messrs J. A. & T. Graham, Solicitors), Dundee. 

H. VICTOR NEILL, Esq. (Messrs Neill & Gibb, Solicitors), Arbroath. 

Edinburgh Board 

Chairman— ROBERT STRATHERN, Esq., W.S. (Messrs Strathern & Blair, W.S.), Edinburgh. 

North of Scotland Board 

Chairman— J. P. ROBERTSON WHITE, Esq., Advocate in Aberdeen (Messrs Hunter 

& Gordon, Advocates in Aberdeen), Aberdeen. 



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AGENTS IN ARBROATH: 

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ARBROATH FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



163 



Davidson Mrs M. A., eonfectr., 92 Keptie-st 

Dear, Jessie G., 13 Dish Ian d-st. 

Deucliars, Betsy, 40 Cairnie-st 

Donald, Joanna C., 4 Alexandra-pl 

Donaldson, Betsy, dressmaker, 44 liarngreeu 

Donaldson, Margaret, 1 Addison-pl 

Donaldson, Mary, 60 Fergns-sq 

Donaldson, Mary A., 9 Jamieson-st 

Dorward, Elizabeth, Nolt-ln-rd 

Dorward, Mrs H. S., 31 Go\van-st 

Dorward, Isabella, lib' Cairnie-st 

Dorward. Margaret, 85 Kepti^-st 

Dorward, Mary 31 Victpria-st 

Dowell, Ann S., 9 Colvill-place 

Drunmiond, Mrs Maria, grocer, 27 St Mary st 

Drury, Joan, 22 Bossie-st 

Dunbar, Margaret, 10 W Keptie-st 

Duncan, Jessie A., weaver, 2 W Keptie-st 

Duncan, Mrs John, 11 Disbland-st 

Dundas, Mrs David, 19 Ellot-st 

Dunlop, Mrs Mary, 26 Victoria-st 

Duthie, Ann, 47 Green -st 

Duthie, EwingS., 33 Green-st - 

Duthie, Mary, 27 Dishland-st 

Duthie, Mary D., 26 Green-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 
Dalgetty, Agnes T., 3 Long-row 
Davidson, Bessie J., clerkes.s, 4 Howard-st 
Davidson, Mrs E., 60 Sidney-st 
Davidson, Georgina, S Abbot-st 
Davidson, Mrs Helen. 16 Ernest-st 
Davidson, Isabella, weaver, 26 Hamilton-green 
Davidson, Mrs M., nurse, 44 Howard-st 
Davidson, Mrs M., 20 Guthrie-port 
Day, Mrs Annie, 24 Hamilton-green 
Devlin, Isabella M'C, 21 Hayswell-rd 
Dewar, Jane, laundress, 10 W Abbey-st 
Dewars, MrsC, 10 W. Abbey-st 
Dick, Julia, 11 Bamgreen 
Doctor, Mrs M. A., 34 Ogilvie-pl 
Mrs Doig, E., Abbeyview 
Doig, Mrs M., factory worker, 2 E. Mill-wynd 
Donald, Mrs Annie, 78 St Vigeans-rd 
Donald, Elizabeth, 11 Kinnaird-st 
Donald, Jean, dressmaker, 1 Long Row 
Donald, Mrs J., 3 St Vigeans-rd 
Donaldson, C, factory worker, 38 St Vigeans-rd 
Donaldson, Margaret, 15 Leonard-st 
Douglas, Magdalene H., 19 Hayswell-rd 
Downie, Catherine, millworker, 32 E Mill-wd 
Ducat, Eliza. F., millworker, 26 Leonard-st 
Duncan, Mrs A., 19Palmer-st 
Duncan, Elizabeth, servant, 7 Cross Mill-wynd 
Duncan, Harriet, Strachan-st 
Duncan, Isabella Craig, 11 Convent-st 
Duncan, Mrs J., '.' Abbot-st 
Duncan, Mary, pawnbroker, 27 Wallaee-st 
Dundas, Jane R., 62 Howard-st 
Dunn, Mrs Jane, 33 Howard-st 
Durward, Jane, 44 St Vigeans-rd 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Eaton, Mary C, 10 W Newgate 
Edgar, Margaret Watt, 31J Uigh-st 
Esplin, Jessie Ann, 41 Ladyloan 

Second (Lochlands& Keptie) Ward 

Easson, Mrs Ann, 36 Cairnie-st 
Easton, Mary, nurse, 61 Dishland-st 
Edgar, Mrs Mary Ann, Lochlands 



Edwards, Mrs D., nurse, 17 Colville-pl 
Edwards, Jane, 41 Lochland-drive 
Edwards, Mrs Jessie, 15 Dalbousie-pl 
Ellis, Agnes M., Rosemount-rd 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Eaton, Mrs A., charwoman, 10 Guthrie-hiil 
Edmonds, Mrs Jeannie, 44 Kinnaird-st 
Edmonds, Mary A., 28 St Vigeans-rd 
Edward, Mrs G., 42 Brecbiu-rd 
Edwards, Jane, 19 Ponderlaw-st 
Emslie, Jessie, 53 Barngreen 
Ewing, Hannah, Str.ieban-st 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Fairweather, Jane M. 15 West Grimsby 
Falconer, Agnes, 39 W Newgate 
Falconer, M.. factory-worker, 9 Glover-st 
Falconer, Mrs M., 51 Wallace-st 
Farquhar, Annie B. , dressmaker, 40 Addison-pl 
Fell, Mary Jane, grocer. 28 Bank-st 
Ferrier, Mrs Annie, 183 High-st 
Fettes, Mrs Jane, 47 Millgate-loan 
Findlay, Ann F., 21 Bank-st 
Findlaj', Betsy, weaver, 14 Maule-st 
Findlay, Margaret, 19 Catherine-st 
Fleming, Annie, 40 Millgate-ln 
Fleming, Elizabeth M., 9 Queen-st 
Fleming, Mrs Margaret, 7 Park-st 
Forbes, Agnes Low, 40 Millgate-loan 
Forbes, Margaret, factory-worker, 190 High-st 
Fox, Mrs Catherine, 16 Marketgate 
Fraser, Mrs Annie, 248 High-st 
Fraser, Mrs Bella, 27 Comnierce-st 
Fulton, Catherine N., 150 High-st 
Fyfe, C, milliner, 15 West-port 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Fairlie, Jane, millworker, 23 Jamison-st 

Fairweather, Jane, 13 Colvill-pl 

Falconer, Mrs Diana, 19 Queen-st 

Farquhar, Margaret N., 10 Roseniount-rd 

Ferrier, Mrs John, 74 Cairnie-st 

Ferrier, Margaret, millworker, 45 Lochland-st 

Ferrier, Mary, 2 Dalhousie-pl 

Fettes, Mrs A., 51 St Mary-st 

Fiddes, Isabella, 29 Lochland-st 

Fife, Jane, 29 Lindsay-st 

Fife, Jemima, 29 Lindsay-st 

Findlay, Agnes, factoryworker, 41 St Mary-st 

Findlay, Mrs C, 39 Green-st 

Findlay, Mary, I5J Victoria-st 

Finlaysoa, Elizabeth S., 20 Dishland-st 

Finlayson, Mary A., 15 Rossie-st 

Finlayson, Mary E. G., 8 Alexaudra-pl 

Fitchet, Mrs Annie P., West .Newbigging 

Fleming, Mrs Betsy, 38 Helen-st 

Fleming, Christina S., 68 Rossie-st 

Fleming, Elizabeth S., 9 Queen-st 

Fletcher, Caroline, 2 Dishland-st 

Forbes, Jean, 59 Dishland-st 

Korb&s, Mrs W. IS Caimie-st 

Forest, Ann, 2 W Keptie-st 

Forrester, Margaret B., Norwood 

Forsyth, Isabella, 47 Rossie-st 

Fotheringham, Ann, 37 Rossie-st 

Fotheringhani, Jane, 50 Rossie-st 

Fraser, Isabella, 9 Elliot-st 

Fyfe, Mrs Ann 8 Duke-st 

Fvfe, Mrs Helen, 26 Elliot-st 



164 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DAVID KYD, 

Dealer in Antique Curiosities and Furniture, 

29 GRAVESEND, ARBROATH. 

— _ -«s- 

Large Variety of New, Second- Hand and Antique Furniturein Stock -Cheap. 

All kinds of Second Hand Furniture (Modern and Antique) Bought, 

Sold, and Exchanged. Highest prices.. Enquiries Solicited. 

Established 1856. 

DAVID COOK & SONS, 

Registered Plumbers, Tinsmiths, 
Gasfitters, <&c. 



ELEC I KIC and MECHANICAL BELLS ; MALLEABLE IRON, TIN, 
LEAD, BRASS and COPPER in Sheets and Tubes always in Stock. Hot 
Water and Sanitary Appliances Supplied or Improved. 

Estimates Given for all Kinds of Work. 

carriage: lamps. 

LAMP GLASSES ( Bevelled or Plain) Supplied & Repaired SOCKETS, 
SPRINGS, CANDLES, and other Accessories for Carriage Lamps. 



219 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH. 

Established 1825. 

ARCH. C. DONALD 

(Son of the late Alex. Donald, Plasterer), 

Plasterer, Cement Worker, and Tile Layer, 
41 LINDSAY STREET, ARBROATH. 



Whitewashing & Limewashing I >one. Boilers, Steam Pipes, &c, Covered with 

Non-Conducting Compositions. Jobbing Work of every description 

receives Careful and Prompt Attention. 

Estimates given on Application. PURE LIME WATER. 



ARBROATH FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



165 



Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Fairweather, A., millworker, 12 Bakers-wynd 
Fairweather, Mrs Annie, 5 Hill-ter 
Fairweather, Mrs M., 28 Hayswell-rd 
Ferguson, Barbara, 26 Bamgreen 
Ferrier, Isabella, weaver, Strachan-st 
Ferrier, Mrs J. 27 Kinnaird-st 
Findlay, Mrs J. 76 St Vigeans-rd 
Finlayson, Francesca, 32 Sidney-st 
Fitchet, Margaret A. J., 7 Sidney-st 
Fleming, Betsy S., nurse, 3 Walker-pl 
Florence, Elspetli, 27 Leonard-st 
Forbes, Betsy, 22 St Vigeans-rd 
Francis, Mrs Lizzie D. G., Gowanlea 
Fi'aser, Mrs Jane, 9 Fisheracre 
Fraser, Jane, millworker, 9 Stuart-st 
Fraser, Jane Ann, 9 Hayswell-rd 
Fraser, Jessie W., 10 Stanley-st 
Fullerton, Mrs J., 23 Kinnaird-st 
Fyfe, Mrs Julia, Haysbead 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Geddes, Emma L., 14 Applegate 
Gerrard. Mrs M., 37 Lindsay-st 
Gibson, Mrs C, 21 Bank-st 
Gillespie, Mrs M., 44 Marketgate 
Glen, Catherine U., 6 Glover-st 
Glen, Mrs Thomas, 19 West Newgate 
Gordon, Isabella, 41 Hannah-st 
Gould, Mrs Elizueth, 39 Fast Grimsby 
Gowans, Charlotte, 37 Lordburn 
Grant, Ann S., 2S W Mary-st 
Grant, Mrs George, 20 Park-st 
Grant, Jemima, 28 W Mary-st 
Grant, Martha Y., 29 Howard-st 
Grant, Nellie, 12 Hannah-st 
Greig, Mis John P., 15 Cairnie-st 
Grewar, Margaret, 5 Gayfield 
Guild, Mrs Johan, 4S John-st 
Guthrie, Mrs Mary, 20 Hill-pl 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 
Gardiner, Annie, cook, 23J Rossie-st 
Gardiner, Mrs J. 38 Dishlaud-st 
Gardiner, Mar., factory-worker, 30 St Mary-st 
Gardiner, Mary, 54 Cairnie-st 
X5ardyne, Barbara, 17 St Mary-st 
Garvie, Airs C, 4 Robert-st 
Gibb, Ann P., 21 Lochland-sc 
Gibb, Margaret, 7 Andersou-st 
Gibb, Mrs Margaret W., grocer, 21 Fergus-sq 
Gibson, Mary. 10 Robert-st 
Gillespie, MisB., 20 Elliot-st 
Gillespie, Mrs Mary, 1 Garden-st 
Gleig, Annie, 54 Keptie-st 
Glenday, Margaret, 08 Cairnie-st 
Goodlet, Margaret A., weaver, 37 Dishland-st 
Gordon, Jane, teacher, 1 Addisou-place 
Gordon, Mary A. B., 22 Fergus-st 
Gordon, Mrs Susan, 23 Disliland-st 
Gowans, Mrs Allan, 65 Helen-st 
Graham, Susan, 50 John-st 
Grant, Mary, 32 Fergus-sq 
Gray, Mary P., 7 Garden-st 
Greig, Agnes B., 30 Klliot-st 
Grindlay, Janet T., 8 St Mary-st 
Guthrie, Mrs Elizabeth, 13 Kussel-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 
Gall, Agnes, grocer, 1 Culloden-rd 
Gardyne, Ann R., 56 St Vigeans-rd 



Gardyne, Jane S., 11 Cairnie-st 
Garland, Marjory, 19 Ogilvy-pl 
Geekie, Maggie, 4 Hill-ter 
Gellatly, h., confectioner, 25 Palmer-st 
Gibson, Betsy, 6 Guthrie-lull 
Gibson, Mary Bell, 28 Hamilton-green 
Glen, Bella, factory worker, Demondale 
Goldsmith, Elizabeth, Gowanlea 
Goodfellow, Jane L., 6 L,illies-wynd 
Gordon, Agnes, 53 Kinnaird-st 
Gordon, Ann G., Acadeiny-st 
Gordon, Jessie P., 37 E Abbey-st 
Gowans, Margaret 3 Abbot-st 
Grant, Christina, 29 Howard-st 
Grant, Mrs David, 7 Palmer-st 
Grant, Mrs Mary, 40 Brechin-rd 
Gray, Mary, weaver, 41 Leonard-st 
Gieenaway, Mary Ann, 22 Gutlirie-port 
Guild, Jane, 37 Howard-st 
Gunu, Isabella, 10 W Mill-wynd 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Hall, Helen Eaton, 26 Seagate 
Hampton, Helen A., S Hill-rd 
Hendry, Alexina, factory- worker, 9 Park-st 
Hendry, Mrs E., 26 W Mary-st 
Hendry, Mrs Isabella, North Grimsby 
Herald, Helen F., 7 Glover-st 
Herald, Jane, 19 Commerce-st 
Herd, Jane, 10 Union-st 
Herron, Mrs Christina, 35 Union-st E 
Hill, Betsy, weaver, 51 Ladyloan 
Hill, Christina, 166 High-st 
Hinksman, Mrs Jemima, 4 Shore 
Hogg, Elizabeth, 5 W. Mary-st 
Hood, Mrs J, B., 37 High-st 
Hosie, Ann, 61 Ladyloan 
Hosie, Mrs I., 6 Ann-st 
Howat, Mary, spinner, 9 Panmure-st 
Hndgston, M., 31 Panmure-st 
Hunter, Ann P., 6 Hume-st 
Hutchison, Mary, 44 Marketgate 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Halkett, Maggie, 70 Helen-st 

Hall, Alexina, 57 Keptie-st 

Hanna, Margaret, 55 Green-st 

Hansen, Mrs J. D., 9 Victoria.-st 

Hauton, Mrs Margaret. 16 Rossie-st 

Harrick, Jane O'D., 32 Ureen-st 

Hay, Elizabeth R., 9 Dalhousie-pl 

Henderson, Jane Ann, 22 Victoria-st 

Hendry, Ann, 17 Rossie-st 

Hendry, Jessie, housekeeper, 34 St Mary-st 

Hepburn, Mary Ann, 36 Cairnie-st 

Herald, Agnes F., 46 Dishland-st 

Hershell. Mary, 1 Fergus-st 

Hill, Elizabeth S., 26fc Keptie-st 

Hill, Mary, 4 Nolt Loan-road 

Hird, Annie, weaver, 47 St Mary-st 

Hird, Emily I)., Nolt loan-rd 

Hogg, Margaret, confectioner, 63 Keptie-st 

Hoklen, Margaret, 53 Rossie-st 

Hood, Jane, 26 Nolt Loan-rd 

Hood, Jessie, 24 Kobert-st 

Hosea, Mary S., nurse, 24 Dalhousie-pl 

Hudgston, Ann M., 35 St Mary-st 

Huggins, Mrs M., 11 Dishiand-st 

Hughes, Mrs Elizabeth, 15 Dishland-st 

Hunter, Mrs Isabella, 15 Duke-st 

Hutton, Alexina F., 56 Cairnie-st 



166 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS 



TELEPHONE No. 125 



Arbroath Horsehiring Company 

LIMITED, 

12 DISHLAND STREET, ARBROATH 

(OFF KEPTIE STREET.) 

All Orders have the Prompt and Personal Attention of 

WILLIAM CLARK, Manager. 



CABS: 




The New "NAPIER" Landaulettes for Hire. 



Cabs always in Readiness at Stables and Railway Station. 

Brakes, Waggonettes, Dog-Carts, Covered Brakes, 'Busses, &c, on Hire. 

SuPKitioit and Most Convkniknt Accommodation — The Stalls 
Accommodate 100 Horses, and every facility is at hand The Premises are 
Central, and within a Minute's Walk of Station 

SUPERIOR BROUGHAMS and LANDAUS. 

To Suit all Classes and for all Occasions. 
MEN ON PREMISES FOR NIGHT ATTENDANCE. 



ARBROATH FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



167 



Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Haggart, Isabella, 50 Kinnaird-st 
Hamilton, Mrs Ann, 6 Smithy Croft 
Hannah, Mrs M., 16 Abbey-st 
Hanton, Mrs Margaret, Hayshead 
Hanton, Mary, 21 Siclney-st 
Harris, Mrs Ann, 17 St Vigtans-rd 
Hastings, Christina, 74 Brechin-rd 
Henderson, Mary, 10 Guthrie-port 
Herald, Mrs Georgina, 56 Brechin-rd 
Hersehell, Jane S., 30 Boglane 
Hird, Ingo S. F., 3 Walker-pl 
Hircl, Margaret Lisk, 27 Smithy-croft 
Hird, Mrs Naomi, 7 Kinnaird-st 
Hobbs, Isabella, 51 Leonard-st 
Hogg, Mrs Betsy, 51 Sidney-st 
Hogg, Mrs Catherine, 47 W Abbey-st 
Hood, Elizabeth P., 25 Howard-st 
Hughes, Margaret, spinner, 34 E Abbey-st 
Hunter, Mrs Margaret, 16 Ernest-st 
Hutchison, Jessie, nurse, 14 W Abbey-st 
Hutchison, Martha 12 Smithy-croft 
Hutchison, Mary, 45 Boglane 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Inverwick, A. factory worker, 52 Fergus-sq 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Innes, Robina R., outworker, 21 Smithy-croft 
Irons, Ann, 7 Hill-terrace 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Jamieson, Mrs Elizabeth, 11 Kyd-st 
Jamieson, Jessie Anu, 3 West Abbey-st 
Jamieson, Mrs Thomas, grocer, 52 Tohn-st 
Jeffrey, Mary Ann A., 2 South-stJ 
Jenkins, Ann, 30 Bank-st 
Johnston, Mrs Margaret, S Glover-st 
Johnston, Mary, 15 Marketgate 
Johnston, Mrs Susan, 56a High-st 
Just, Agnes, dressmaker, 41 Lordburn 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Jack, Margaret T. , 9 George-st 

Jackson, Agnes F., 34 Hillend-rd 

Jagger, Ann, 93 Keptie-st 

Jagger, Katherine, pawnbroker, 93 Keptie-st 

Jamieson, Mrs A., 49 Rossie-st 

Jamieson, Mrs Elizabeth M., 9 Green-st 

Jamieson, Nellie, millworker, 9 Duke-st 

Jeffrey, Isabella, 20 Gowan-st 

Johnston, Annie A., Ponderlaw-st 

Johnston, Dorothy A., 36 Vietoria-st 

Johnston, Helen C, 12 Elliot-st 

Johnstone, Annie, 39 Elliot-st 

Jolly, Mrs Jane, 42 Helen-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 
Jackson, Mrs Francis, 263 High-st 
Jaekson, Mrs Mary, 18 Abbey-st 
Jamie, Mary, 18 Cross Mill-wynd 
Jamieson, Ann, factory- worker, 45 Leonard-st 
Johnston, Allison, 24 Lillies-wd 
Johnston, Effle, dressmaker, 21 Cairnie-st 
Johnston, Helen, 35 N Port 
Johnston, Mrs M., 50 Brechin-rd 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Keillor, Margaret, 39 Millgate-loan 
Kerr, Jane W., 1 Osborne-ter 
Kerr, Mary S., 6 James-st 
King, Mrs Ann, 35 Ladyloan 



Kinnison, Mary S,, charwoman, 5 Park-st 
Kirk, Mrs Margaret J., 11 W Port 
Kirkwood, Rose, 45 Millgate-loan 
Kyd, Mrs Jane, 1 Gayfield 
Kydd, Mary Ann, waitress, 2S Bank-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Kemp, Jane, Nolt loan-rd 

Kennedy, Helen, factoryworker, 6 St Mary-st 

Kennedy, Mrs Mary A., 17 Catherine-st 

Kerr, Betsy, 9 Fergus-sq 

Key, Annie, weaver, 26 Fergus-sq 

King, Mrs Alice, 14 Elliot-st 

King, Elizabeth S., 22 Jamieson-st 

King, Mrs Mary, 5 Garden-st 

King, Mary Ann, 27 Fergus-st 

Kinloch, Elizabeth F., 39 Greeu-st 

Kinnear, Mrs H., 35 W Keptie-st 

Kinnmond, Annie, 56 Helen-st 

Knight, Maggie, 25 Rossie-st 

Kydd, Mrs Allison, S3 Keptie-st 

Kydd, Annie, 21 Fergus-sq 

Kydd, Cecilia A., 42 Keptie-st 

Kydd, Margaret V. N., 11 Hillend-rd 

Kydd, Mary, weaver, 79 Keptie-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 
Kea3% Marion N., weaver, 8 Stanley-st 
Kerr, Jemima M., 47 Culloden-rd 
Kiddie, Mary, 26 Hamilton-arreen 
Kinnear, Clementina, 29 Guthrie-port 
Kinnear. Jessie, 18 Ponderlaw-st 
Kinnear, Mrs M., 4 Re;orm-st 
Kirkland, Agnes, 4 Abbot-st 
Knight, Barbara, 23 Barngreen 
Kydd, Mrs Ann, 14 St Vigeans-rd 
Kydd, Isabella C, millworker, 23 W Mill-wd 
Kydd, Mary W., 1 Cairnie-pl 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Laverie, Mrs John, 7 Bank-st 
Lawrence, AnnO., 33 Marketgate 
Lawson, Mrs Betsy, 5 Park-st 
Leithead, Mary A., weaver, 43 Hannah-st 
Leslie, Mrs A., 146 High-st 
Lindsay, Mrs E., 3 Lordburn 
Lindsay, Hannah, 190 High-st 
Littlejohn, Jane, millworker, 2 Millgate-ln 
Lornner, Mrs Isa. M., milliner, Guthrie-port 
Low, Ann, 26 Balhousie-pl 
Low, Elizabeth 26 Dalhousie-pl 
Low, Isabella. 26 Dalhousie-pl 
Low, Mrs L , 1 Maule-st 
Lun^air, Betsy, 46 Glover-st 
Lumgair, Christina, 248 High-st 
Lundie, Mrs Mary M., 22 Maule-st 
Lyall, Mrs Betsy, 16 E Grimsby 
Lyall, Isabella C, 26S Hi?h-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Laing, Helen, mill-worker, 2 Colvill-pl 
Laing, Margaret, shopkeeper, 21 Dishland-st 
Lamb, Mrs Jane, 33 West Keptie-st 
Lawrence, Elizabeth L., 19 Lochland-st 
Leadingham, Maria J. P., 62 Cairnie-st 
Leddie, Florence, 12 Fergus-sq 
Leask, Joan, 20 Dishlaud-st 
Leitch, Mrs J. 3 Russell-st 
Leslie, Agnes G.. 6 W Keptie-st 
Leslie, Barbara, 12 Hillend-rd 
Leslie, Mrs J. 12 Queen-st 
Leslie, Margaret, 15 Fergus-sq 



168 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Telephone 103. 

William L. Grant & Son, 

PAINTERS AND DECORATORS, 

267 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH. 



Ceiling and Wall Decorations in English and French Paper- 
Hangings, Lincrusta-Walton, Anaglypta, &c. 





Mrs Geo. Urquhart 

(Successor to the late Donald M'Lennan), 

Grocer, Wine and Spirit Merchant, 

38 BARNGREEN, ARBROATH. 



Finest Old Blended Scotch and Irish Whiskies. 

GROCERIES always Fresh and of Very 
Finest Quality. 



Orders Carefully Attended to and Delivered 
to any Part of the Town 




M. HOGG. 



CONFECTIONER, 

63 KEPTIE STREET, ARBROATH. 

Chocolates of Superior Quality. Cakes Fresh Daily. 



ARBROATH FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



189 



Lindsay, Alice, factoryworker, 22 Dishland-s 

Lindsay, Jane, music-teacher, 97 Keptie-st 

Littlejohn, Mrs I., 34 Victoria-st 

Low, Mrs E. 6 W. Keptie-st 

Lowden. Mrs J. 67 Lochland-st 

Lowsonj Magdalene, 58 St Mary-st 

Lowson, Mary, 7 Queen-st 

Lumgair, Dorothy A., 5 Rossie-st 

Lunigair, Mrs E., factoryworker, 21 Green-st 

Lumlie, Mrs Ann, 2 W Keptie-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Lackie, Mrs Annie, 55 Barngreen 

Laing, Agnes, 25 Palnier-st 

Laing, Mrs David, 27 Howard-st 

Langlands, Annie, S Hayswell-rd 

Langlands, Maggie, 8 Hayswell-rd 

Lel'evre, Mary, Ganol-cottage 

Leitch, Mrs J. 2 Cairnie-pl 

Liddle, Jemima, 6 Academy-st 

Lindsay. Jessie, S Applegate 

Logie, MrsM., 3 E. Mill-wynd 

Low, Cecilia, 29 Kiimaird-st 

Low, Mrs Elsie W., confectioner, 19 Allan-st 

Lowson, Margaret S., 45 Leonardst 

Lucas, Mrs Gertrude, The Elms 

Lundie, Mrs Grace, 10 Barngreen 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Macdonald, Agnes, 31 Marketgate 

Macdonald, Bella K., 31 Marketgate 

Macdonald, Mrs Jane, 30 Kyd-st 

Mackie, Lizzie, servant, 6 Hope-st 

M'Ardle, Mary Ann, 36 Ladybridge-st 

M'Arthur, Elizabeth B., 24 W Mary-st 

M'Arthur, Mrs Johanna, 1S2 High-st 

M'Donald, Ann W., 43 Wallace-st 

M'Ewan, Agnes, 268 High-st 

M'Farlane, Mrs M. VV. F., 31 Glover-st 

M'Glashan, Mary A. P., weaver, 20Hannah-st 

Macgregor, Margaret, 4 Hope-st 

M'Gregor, Mrs Mary, 43 Panmure-st 

M'Inally, Mrs Jemima, 70 Marketgate ■ 

M'Kenzie, Mary, spinner, 11 Park-st 

M 'Knight, Agnes, 26 Ladyloan 

M'Lachlan, Mrs U., 14 W Mary-st 

M'Laren, Elizabeth, 30 Ann-st 

M'Laren, Isabella, millworker, IS Panmure-st 

M'Laren, Isabella, 9 Park-st 

M'Laren, Maggie, servant, 3 W Mary-st 

M'Leod, Mrs E., 8 Hill-rd 

M'Leod, Isabella D., 21 Lordburn 

M'Leod, Mrs Mary, 20 Hill-pl. 

M'Millan, Mary, 10 Glover-st 

M'Pherson, Mrs H., 37 Millgate-ln 

Malcolm, Mary, 20 Maule-st 

Mann, Elizabeth, restaurateur, 19 Millgate 

Mann, Jane, 35 John-st 

Mann, Margaret, confectioner, 59 Rossie-st 

Mathers, AnnD., 59 High-st 

Mathewson, Jane, laundress, 15 Hannah-st 

Matthew, Mrs E., 14 John-st 

Maxwell, Agnes, millworker, 3J Glover-st 

Michie, Elizabeth, weaver, 14 Church-st 

Middleton, Jane Ann, 13 Millgate 

Middleton, Eliza Cibb, 13 Millgate 

Middleton, Mrs Martha, 14 Millgate-loan 

Mill, Margarets., 32 W Keptie-st 

Millar, Mrs Jessie, 204 High-st 

Millar, Margaret, reeler, 56a High-st , 

Miller, Mrs Helen, 56 Millgate-ln 



Milne, Annie, 9 West Mary-st 
Milne, Christina, 30 Kyd-st 
Milne, Isabella, weaver, 6 Union-st 
Milne, Mrs Margaret, 51 Panmure-st 
Milne, Mary Ann, millworker, 19Churoh-st 
Mitchell, Mary L., 8 W Newgate 
Mollison, Mrs E. M'Ewan, 33 Ann-st 
Mollison, Mrs M., Bank-st 
Morrison, Helen, 25 Glover-st 
Mowbray, Mrs Margaret, 2 Wallace-st 
Mtickart, Mrs Bella, 6 Osborne-ter 
Mudie, Margaret C, 11 West Newgate 
Munro, Annie W., 10 Hill-pl 
Muuro, Helen, weaver, 77 Ladyloan 
Munro, Jessie H., 10 Hill-pl 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie)Wa.rd 
Macdonald, Betsy, 14i Spink-st 
Macdonald, Jane, 2 Duke-st 
Mackenzie, Mr-i Jane, S Bridge-st 
Mackintosh. Mary D., 37 W. Ke tie-st 
Macnab, Barbara, 46 Lochland-st 
MacNab, Elizabeth, Rosemount-rd 
M'Bain, Agnes F,, 5 Alexandra-pl 
M'Ewan, Mrs Christina, 18 Helen-st 
M'Ewan, Margaret, 41 Lochlands-drive 
M'Glashan, Helen R., 35 Jamieson-st 
M'lntosh, Mrs Agnes S., grocer, 44 Fergus-sq 
Mcintosh, Jane, 10 Russell-st 
M'Kenzie, Elizabeth, 44 Addison-pl 
M'Mullen, Mrs C, draper, 10 Queen-st 
M'Nab, Elizabeth A., 46 Elliot-st 
M'Naughton, Jessie, 22 St Mary-st 
M'Wattie, Mrs Agnes, Onega 
M'Wattie, Mrs Alexander, 24 Addison-pl 
Maiden, A., factoryworker, 17 Dishland-st 
Mailer, Mrs E., 62 Cairnie-st 
Mangan, Susan S., 12 Anderson-st 
Mann, Mrs Ann, 3 Hilleud-rd 
Mann, Annie, 16 Elliot-st 
Mann, Barbara K., 10 Elliot-st 
Mann, Mts Margaret, 42 Rossie-st 
Mamie, Annie, 24 Green-st 
Marshall, Elizabeth, 39 Green-st 
Mason, Mrs Alexandrina, 47 Dishland-st 
Mathew, Annie, housekeeper, 41 Elliot-st 
Mathew, Georgina, 3 Garden-st 
Mathews, Agnes B., 32 Hillend-rd 
Matthews, Maggie, weaver, 14 Helen-st 
Mathewson, Mrs E. C, 3 Colville-pl 
Maxwell, Mary, 46 Addison-pl 
Maxwell, Mary Ann 33 Victoria-st 
Meek, Mrs J., 41 Lochland-st 
Meffan, Harriet C, 2 Collville-pl 
Meffan, Isabella, 8 Keptie-st 
Menzies, Mary M., 5 Dalhousie-pl 
Mill, Ann B. D., 32 Rossie-st 
Mill, Mary A., 9 Green-st 
Millar, Helen, 44 Addison-pl 
Millar, Jane S., 10 Millgate-ln 
Millar, Mrs T., 1 Green-st 
Miln, Helen, 18 Addison-pl 
Milne, Mrs Jean, 5 Anderson-st 
Milne, Martha, 23 Gowan-st 
Milne, Mrs Mary, 13 Duke-st 
Mitchell, Agnes, 24 Victoria-st 
Mitchell, Henrietta, milliner, 37 Howard-st 
Mitchell, Mrs Margaret, grocer, 15 Russell-st 
Mitchell, Mary A.. 24 Dishland-st 
Mitchell, Mrs Susan, 56 Nolt Loan-rd 



170 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Electric Lights Power Co. 



UNITED. 




Electric Energy has Many Uses 

AND MANY ADVANTAGES. 

The ELECTRIC MOTOR is Simple 

The ELECTRIC RADIATOR is Convenient 

The ELECTRIC COOKER is Cool 

The ELECTRIC IRON is Clean 

The ELECTRIC FAN is Hygienic 

The ELECTRIC LAMP is Artistic 

Vm~ AND ALL ARE ECONOMICAL. 

— —^z^A 

For Particulars, Apply to 

The Electricity Works, 

SOUTH GRIMSBY, ARBROATH. 

Telephone No. 136. 




Moffat, Elizabeth, 1 Garclen-st 

Moffat, Mrs Minnie, 21 Russie-st 

More, Mrs Mary, dressmaker, 6 Duke-st 

Morris, Mrs Jane, Rosevale 

Morton, M., confectioner's assist., 21 Duke-st 

Mowatt, Margaret, servant, 36 St Mary-st 

Mundin, Maggie, 98 Keptie-st 

Murray, Isabella, 2S Cairnie-st 

Murray, Isabella, 48 Lochland-st 

Murray, Jean, weavar, 9 Gowan-st 

Murray, Mrs M. A., grocer, Maryville 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 
M'Bay, Mrs Jane, 6S Brechin-rd 
Macdonald, Marjorie C, Cliff-house 
M'Donald, Mrs Mary, 22 VV. Abbey-st 
M'Gregor, Betsy, niillworker, lOSt Vigeans-rd 
M'Gregor, Mrs It., 29 W. Abbey-st 
M'Intosh, Jane Ann. 3S Leonard-st 
M'Intosh Mrs Margaret; 18 W Abbey-st 
Mackintosh, Catherine, 55 Leonard-st 
M'Kenzie, Margaret Ducat, 11 Ernest-st 
Mackie, Mrs Mary, weaver, 9 St Vigegns-rd 
M'Laren, H. 1 Stiachan-st 
M'Lean, Helen S., Strachan-st 
M'Lean, Mrs Jane, 65 Sidney st 
M'Lean, Mrs Lily, 33 Culloden-rd 
M'Lean, Mrs Mary A., Claymore, Strachan-st 
M'Lean, Mrs May I. C, Maybole 
M'Leay, Mrs Susan, 34 Hamilton-green 
M'Lellan, Agnes, Greenbank 
Maclure, Elizabeth, weaver, 50 Leonard-st 
Malcolm. Mrs J. B., 35 Oarnegie-st 
Mamie, Mrs William, 13 Leonard-st 
Mathewson, Isabella M., 8 Stuart-st 
Matthew, Agnes, 74 Brechin-rd 
Matthew, C, niillworker, 51 Leonard-st 
Meekisoii, Mrs M., 38 St Vigeans-road 
Middleton, Mary Ann, weaver, 7 Ogilvy-pl 
Mill, Betsy M., 2 Walker-pl 
Mill, Helen B., 2 Hill-terrace 
Mill, Mrs L, 35 Hayswell-rd 
Mill. Marjory, 69 Guthrie-pt 
Millar, Margaret M., 28 Sidney-st 
Millar, Mrs B. S., 41 Cairnie-st 
Milne, Betsj', warper, 20 Ogilvy-pl 
Milne, Elizabeth, factory-worker, 4 Reform-st 
Milne, Jemima, dressmaker, Panmure-st 
Milne, Mary, photographer, 29 Hamilton-gn 
Mitchell, Mrs J., 21 Carnegie-st 
Mitchell, Mrs Sarah, 37 Howard-st 
Mollison, Helen, ironmonger, 4 Abbot-st 
Mollison, Margaret, 2S Ernest-st 
Monro, Mrs E., 27 B Mill-wynd 
Moonlight, Mrs Jane, 3 Ponderlaw-st 
Moore, Mrs Mary, IS Abbey-st 
Moran, Mrs Jane, 35 North Port 
Morgan, Annie W., 27 Lillies-wynd 
Morton, Helen, grocer, 23 Hays-lane 
Muir, Mrs M., 17 W. Abbey-st 
Muir, Mary Ann, Abbey Bank 
Munro, Elizabeth, 30 Kinnaird-st 
Munro, Margaiet, 3 Reform-st 
Munro, Mary Ann, 28 E Millwynd 
Murray, Agnes, spinner, 39 Ponderlaw-st 

First (.High St and Millgate) Ward 
Nairn, Mrs William, 37 Loidburn 
Newman, Mary, 23 Panmure-st 
Nicol, Marion, 7 Park-st 



Nicoll. Catherine" P., 36 Millgate-ln 
Nicoll, Mrs Isabella, 248 High-st 
Noble, Ann F., 37 West Newgate 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Nairn, Margaret, 35 Rossie-st 

Nairn, Mary M., '>9 Rossie-st 

Napier. Helen, 44| Fergus-sq 

Napier, Mrs M., 9S Keptie-st 

Neave, Jane, 56 Helen-st 

Neave, Mary Jane S., 3S Lochland-st 

Neill, Mrs Ninian N. M'C, Warslap 

Neilson, Mrs A., factory- worker, 12 Russell-st 

Neish, Mary, 53 Dishland-st 

Nicol, Biice, 86 Lochland-st 

Nicol, Mary M., 76 Cairnie-st 

Nicoll, Mrs Helen M., 3 Viewfield-rd 

Nicoll, Mrs I., 4 Queen-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Nairn, Agnes, 12 Acadenvy-st 

Napier, Mrs G., 30 E. Abbey-st 

Nairn, I. W., factory-worker, 17 Ogilvy-pl 

Nairn, Jane, 7 Stuart-st 

Nairn, Mrs Mary, 20 Bamgreen 

Nairn, Mary S., 38 Howard-st 

Nicoll, Agnes, 28 Hamilton-green 

Nicoll, Mrs Alexander, 27 Boglane 

Nicoll, Mrs Isabella, 36 Sidney-st 

Nicoll, Mrs Isobel, 18 East Mill-wynd 

Nicoll, Mary F., 8 Hillend-rd 

Nicoll, Margaret, 16 Ernest-st 

Noble, Lizzie, 39 Leonard-st 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Ogilvie, Mrs Charlotte, 169 High-st 
Ogilvie, Mrs M., seamstress, 13 W Newgate 
Oram, Mrs A., confectioner, 17 Marketgate 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

O'Brien, Mrs Annie, 27 Dishland-st 
Ogg, Jane W., 3 Victoria-st 
Ogilvie, Mrs J., IS Cairnie-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

O'Connor, Mary, weaver, 23Hamilton-gn 
Ogilvie, Mrs Isabella H., midwife, 253 High-st 
O'Kane, Jane, 34 Hamilton-green 
Orr, Mrs G., 32 St Vigeans-rd 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 

Paterson, Janet, confectioner, 6 High-st 

Paton, Elizabeth F., 49 Wallace-st 

Paton, Mrs Margaret, 190 High-st 

Patullo, Mary, factory worker,' 7 W Newgate 

Peebles, Jane, 23 West-port 

Pert, Mary C, 8 John-st 

Peter, Elizabeth, niillworker, 5 Dickfield-st 

Petrie, Agnes, 59 Ladybridge-st 

Petrie, Mrs Agnes, 11 Gravesend 

Petrie, Ann J., Belbaven 

Petrie, Caroline, 19 Panmure-st 

Petrie, Helen W., 19 Kyd-st 

Petrie, Jane, nurse, 43 Panmure-st 

Petrie, Matilda, 28 Ann-s-t 

Phillip, Barbara grocer, 46 High-st 

Pbilipps, M., laundry-worker, 24 Ann-st 

Phimster, Mis C, 56 Marketgate 

Pirie, Mrs Margaret, niillworker, .17 Park-st 

Pitkeathly, MrsM., niillworker, 5 Wallace-s 



172 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

D. YOUNG & SON, 

« g"T- _^ — J nii Cartwrights <& Joiners, 

^^^^^J Ib SOUTH GRIMSBY 

J ^~L^, ARBROATH. 

Lorries, Vans, &c, Built to Order. 

Jobbing Promptly Attended to. 



HIGH-GRADE WORK. 



Stevenson Bros., 

Art Dyers and Dry Cleaners, 

THE EMPRESS HYGIENIC LAUNDRY 

D U N D B E. 

STEVENSON BROS., Proprietors. 



Arbroath Office, - - - BROTHOCK BRIDGE. 

Carnoustie Agent, Misses E. & M. Gardyne, High Street. 

WILLIAM RENNIE, 

Family Grocer, Wine & Spirit Merchant, 

5 GUTHRIE PORT, Arbroath. 

* 

Finest Blends of Old Scotch and Irish Whiskies. 

TRY MY FAMOUS RUMS, WINES, &c. 

GROCERIES always Fresh. Trial Order Solicited. 



ARBROATH FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



173 



Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 
Paterson, Mrs Jane, 02 St Mavy-st 
Paterson, Mary, 14 Queen-st 
Paton, Mrs Mary, 5 Duke-st 
Pattullo, Ann E., 69 Helen-st 
Pauline, Jessie, 46 St Mary-st 
Peacock, Mrs A. H., Dalveen 
Peat, Jessie, housekeeper, 14 George-st 
Peter, Mrs Jane, 8 Fergus-sq 
Peter, Mrs Jane, 64 Cairnie-st 
Peters, Mrs Ann W., 5 Princes-st 
Peters, Mrs Agnes, 21 Duke-st 
Petrie, Mrs A. F. 55 Dishland-st 
Petrie, Elizabeth S., 69 Heleu-st 
Petrie, Elizabeth W., 84 Loehland-st 
Petrie. Helen, 25 Lochland-st 
Petrie, Jessie. Belhaven 
Phiraster, Isabella, 27 Fergus-sq 
Potts, Mrs J., 19 St Mary-st 
Prince, Mary, 25 Victoria-st 
Proctor, Mrs J., 17 Loehland-st 
Proctor, Mary, 27 Fergus-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 
Paterson, Charlotte N., 13 Palmer-st 
Pearson, Mrs Alexina, 40 Barngreen 
Peters, Betsy B., milliner, 78i Keptie-st 
Petrie, Robina, 269 High-st 
Petrie, Mis Sarah, 22 Brec.hin-rd 
Phillips, Elizabeth R., 33 E Abbey-st 
Piggot, Isabella D., 8 Leonard-st 
Porter, Bella, packer, 19 Hayslane 
Proctor, Mrs E., housekeeper, 7 James-st 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Raitt, Mrs Ann, 61 Ladyloan 
Raitt, Annie F., 11 Panmnre-st 
Ramsay, Mrs Isabella, 27 ICyd-st 
Ramsay, Marjory, dressmaker, 17 Hill-pl 
Reid, Elizabeth, 2 Wallace-st 
Reid, Emma, 4(5 Ladybridge 
Reid, Isabella J., 31 Gravesend 
Reid, Jemima, teacher, 46 Job n-st 
Rennie, Barbara D., 7 Brothock-bridge 
Richards, Sarah, 31 Panmure-st 
Ricliardsoii, Agnes, 4 Maule-st 
Richardson, Lilias, 2 Gaylield 
Richmond, Alary, freuch-polisher, 5 Wallace-st 
Rintoul, Annie, 14 Ann-st 
Ritchie, Betsy Ann, 12 W. Grimsby 
Ritchie, Mrs Margaret, 25 Hannah-st 
Ritchie, Margaret H., 50 High-st 
Hobb, Mrs Susan, milhvorker, 17 Panmure-st 
Robb, Mis William, 61 Ladyloan 
Roberts, Agnes R., charwoman, 12 Maule-st 
Robertson, Mrs A,, 26 Ann-st 
Robertson, Elizabeth, 23 Ladyloan 
Rodger, Mrs 10., 12 Kyd-st 
Ross, Mrs H., dressmaker, 14 W Newgate 
Ross, Mrs Jessie, 7 W Newgate 
Rowlands, Georgina P., 56 Marketgate 
Royal, Catherine, 10 Bank-sfc 
Royal, Robina, 23 M illgat e-ln 
Russell, Agnes, 37 W Newgate 
Russell, Mrs Jane, 39 Panmure-st 
Ruxton, Mrs Mary C, 3 West-port 
Ruxton, Mrs Susan N., clothier, 35 Hill-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Rae, Isabella, dressmaker, 25 Rossie-st 
Rait. Helen, weaver, 20 oolville-pl 



Ramsay, Annie, 64 St Mary-st 

Ramsay, Mrs Betsy, 2k Russell-st 

Ramsay, Mary, 12 Colvill-pl 

Ramsay, Mary Ann, 19 Catberiiie-st 

Reid, Ann, 27 Fergus-st 

Reid, Mrs Ann, 1 Dishland-st 

Reid, Jane H., 17 Rossie-st 

Reid, Mary, 42 Helen-st 

Rennie, Mrs Agnes, 18 Jamieson-st 

Rennie, Annie, 1 St Mary-st 

Rennie, Mary 5 Ande' son-st 

Renny, Annie M. , Queen's Cliff Cottage 

Renny, Margaret F., dressmaker, 46 Rossie-st 

Richards, F. H., Annbank, Keptie-rd 

Ritchie, Helen, 64 Cairnie-st 

Ritchie, Maigie, mill worker, 12 Spink-st 

Ritchie, Mary Ann S., Nolt Loan-rd 

Robbie, Mrs A., 44 Rossie-st 

Robbie, Mary, grocer, 13 Shore 

Roberts, Mrs Margaret, IS Fergus-sq 

Robertson, Ann, 26 Helen-st 

Robertson, Christina, 54 Rossie-st 

Robertson, Elizabeth, 7* Lochland-st 

Robertson, Elizabeth, 10 Jamieson-st 

Robertson, Euphemia. " Manora Bank " 

Robertson, Helen, millworker, 12 Spink-st 

Robertson, Helen N., 36 St Mary-st 

Robertson, Isobel, 38 Helen-st 

Robertson, Mary, 10 Colvill-pl 

Rodean, Mrs E., millworker, SO Lochland-st 

Rodger, Mrs A., 1£ Fergus-st 

Rodger, Ann, 3 Fergus-st 

Rodger, Isabella, Keptie-rd 

Roger, Mrs A., 4 Princes-st 

Rolland, Ann, millworker, 58 Cairnie-st 

Ross, Charlotte P., vintner, 31 Spink-st 

Ross, Elizabeth, housekeeper, 61 Helen-st 

Ross, Mary, dressmaker, 51 Keptie-st 

Russell, Annie, 17 Keptie-st 

Ruxton, Mary Ann D., 41 Cairnie-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Ramsay, Annie, factory- worker, 9 Convent-st 

Ramsay, Elizabeth, 269 High-st 

Ramsay, Mrs Elizabeth, 35 Kinnaird-st 

Ramsay, Mary, 6 Guthrie-iiill 

Rayne, Mary, Daisy Cottage 

Reid, Ann M., Cairnie-loan 

Reid, Catherine B., 3 E Mill-wynd 

Reid, Jane D, 18 Hayswell-rd 

Reid, Mary, 14 Lillies-wynd 

Rennie, Agnes, 22 Smithy-croft 

Ritchie, Mrs E., 9 Cross Mill-wynd 

Ritchie,- M., factory- worker, 5 Kinnaird-st 

Roa, Mrs Wm,. 10 Abbey-path 

Roache, Mary Ann, 57 Barngreen 

Robb, Mrs George, 2S Wardmill-rd 

Robb, Mrs Julia, 6 Guthrie-hill 

Robb, Margaret C, 207 High-st 

Robb, Marjory W., weaver, 14 Abbot-st 

Robb, Mary, millworker, 6 Gut'.irie-hill 

Robb, Mary, IS Ugilvy-pl 

Robertson, Helen C, 62 Brechin-road 

Robertson, Jane K., 7 St Vigeans-rd 

Robertson, Janet, Strachan-st 

Rodger, Mary N., 17 Carnegie-st 

Rodgers, Eliza Jane A., 3 Hayswell-rd 

Roebuck, Mrs A., 40 Barngreen 

Rorie, Mrs Helen, 4 Doig's Vennel 

Ross, Janet, 47 Barngreen 



174 



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Establishments- 



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GLOVES. 

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RUGS. 

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SHIRTINGS. 

WINCEYS. 

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LACES. 

BLANKETS. 

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LAMBS'-WOOL AND CASHMERE UNDERWEAR. 
SCARFS, COLLARS, HOSE, &c, &c. 

A.RBROATH. 



ARBROATH FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



175 



Russell, Catherine, 9 Hill-ter 
Ruxton, Helen, 15 Carnegie-st 
Ruxton, Rose Ann, 60 Guthrie-port 

First (High St and Mitigate) Ward 

Salmond, Jessie, 201 High-st 

Salmond, I. B., 201 High-st 

Samson, Helen, 4 Ladybridge-st 

Scott, Agnes., 33 Panmure-st 

Scott, Ann, 4 Maule-st 

Scott, Ann, 1ft Hill-pl 

Scott, Charlotte, 32 Glover-st 

Scott, Elizabeth, confectioner, 46 Glover-st 

Scott, Jane, weaver, 11 Kyd-st 

Scott, Mary, 20 Kyd-st 

Scroggie, Margaret, weaver, 26 Wallace-st 

Selby, Mrs A. H., 121 High-st 

Sellar, Isabella, 9 Wallace-st 

Shanks, Ellen, grocer, 36 Commerce-st 

Shepherd, Catherine, 4 Applegate 

Shepherd, Jane, S Marketgate 

Sheriff, Mrs Margaret, 27 Bank-st 

Sim, Ann, 69 Ladyloan 

Sim, Annie, 16 John-st 

Simpson, Ann, 10 Murray-pl 

Skea, Mrs Mary A., 53 \V Grimsby 

Smart, Ann, 14 Hill-place 

Smart. Bella, 9 Park-st 

Smart, Mary, 14 Hiil-pl 

Smith, Mrs' A., 204 High-st 

Smith, Ann, 55J Pamnure-st 

Smith, Beattie Ann, 7 Ladyloan 

Smith, Mrs Catherine, 24 High-st 

Smith, Elizabeth, 7 High-st 

Smith, Mrs E., 16 W Mary-st 

Smith, Emma Jane, 70 Marketgate 

Smith, Helen, 13 Hannah-st 

Smith, Helen W\, 126 High-st 

Smith, Isabella, 31 Gravesend 

Smith, Isabella S., 8 W. Newgate 

Smith, Jane, factory-worker, 16 Millgate-ln 

Smith, Jeannie, 21 Old Shore-head 

Smith, Mrs Jessie B., 42 Marketgnte 

Smith, M. Isobel, Woodlands 

Smith, Margaret, dressmaker, 8 James-st 

Smith, Mrs Mary, 23 W. Mary-st 

Smith, Mrs Mary, 7 Hill-rd 

Smith, Mary Ann, dressmaker, 8 James-st 

Smith, Mary Janet, 49 Ladyloan 

Soutar, Jessie, 19 North Grimsby 

Spiers, Annie, 29 John-st 

Spink, Bella M., 15 Ann-st 

Spink, Mrs Jessie A., 8 Glover-st 

Sprunt, Elizabeth, 2 Gayfield 

Steele, Jessie, M'N., milliner, 42 Helen-st 

Stephen, M., confectioner, 10 Stanley-st 

Steven, Jane, 26 Ladyloan 

Steven, Jemima, licensed grocer, 18 Ann-st 

Stewart, Mary Ann, 9 Union-st E 

Stirling, Mrs Mary, 51 Millgate-ln 

Stiven, Mrs I., 39 Haunah-st 

Stiven. Isabella R., 5 Millgate-ln 

Storrier, Mary, grocer, 31 Panmure-st 

Strachan, Mrs Annie, 39 West Newgate 

Strachan, Mrs E., 6 Maule-st 

Strachan, Jane, weaver 26S High-st 

Strachan, Jane, 41 W Grimsby 

Strachan, Mrs Jane, 35 W Grimsby 

Strachan, W. D., dressmaker, 38 Addison-pl 

Sturrock, Annie W., 12 Chalmers-st 



Sturrock, Mrs Helen 5 W Mary-st 
Sutherland, Maggie, weaver, 76 Marketgate 
Sutherland, Mrs Margaret, 4 Hume-st 
Suttie, Elizabeth S., Union Villa 
Swan, Mrs M., 25 Union st E. 
Swankie, Catherine, 13 South-st 
Swankie, Helen, 7 Hlgh-st 
Swankie, Isabella, fisherwoman, 14 Seagate 
Swankie, Isabella, 15 High-st 
Swankie, Lily, grocer, 10 High-st 
Swankie, Margaret M., 26 Seagate 
Swanston, Mrs Wm., 18 Glover-st 
Swinton, Elizabeth, 142J High-st 
Syme, Mrs A., 29 Hannah-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Salmond, Annie D. , 9 Hillend-rd 

Salmond, Mary, Salisbury-pl 

Sanderson, Margaret S., 20 Victoria-st 

Scott, Mrs Amelia, 28 Cairnie-st 

Scott, Elizabeth M., 23 Jamieson-st 

Scott, Eliza. G., dressmaker, 6 Colvill-pl 

Scott, Euphemia M., 37 Jamieson-st 

Scott, Jessie J., 6 Colvill-pl 

Scott, Mrs John, 20 Colville-pl 

Scott, Mary F., 47J Dishland-st 

Scott, Mary Ann, 29 Rossie-st 

Scott, Mary Jane, 49 Helen-st 

Scott Rachel B., teacher, Hume-st 

Selby, Agnes M., 5 Addison-pl 

Selby, Leah, factory-worker, 26 Helen-st 

Shanks, Mrs James, 7 Alexandra-pl 

Shanks, Mrs John, 1 W Keptie-st 

Sharp, Isabella, 29 Fergus-st 

Sharp, Isabella Jane, 40 Lochland-st 

Shepherd, Mrs Jane, weaver, 31 Jamieson-st 

Sheriffs, Jane, 78 Helen-st 

Sim, I., restaurateur, 43 Dishland-st 

Simons, Mrs M., weaver, 49 Helen-st 

Simpson, Mary A., Rosemount-rd 

Smart, Mis Alexina, 23 St Mary-st 

Smart, Ann R., 6 Elliot-pl 

Smart, Jane, 1 Lochland-st 

Smart, Mary Ann, 17 Dishland-st 

Smith, Christina, 1:; Elliut-st 

Smith, Elizabeth, nilllworUer, 50 Helen-st 

Smith, Isabella B., Woodlands 

Smith, Jean C. D., Viewfield-road 

Smith, Mrs J., 2 W Keptie-st 

Smith, Mrs Mary 03 St Mary-st 

Smith, Mrs Mary, 23 Gowan-st 

Soutar, Mrs Bessie, 14 Addison-pl 

Soutar, Jane J., 37 W Keptie-at 

Soutar, Margaret, 11 Colvill-pl 

Soutar, Margaret K.^ 37 W. Keptie-st 

Soutar, Mary Ann Kyd, 37 West Keptie-st 

Spark, Elizabeth S., 6 Rossie-st 

Spiers, Catherine, 8 Gowair-st 

Spink, Mrs Diana, 27 St Mary-st 

Sprott, Jessie E., teacher, 14 Colvill-pl 

Stalker, Mrs J., housekeeper, 20 Elliot-st 

Stalker, Mary, spinner, 61 Helen-st 

Stephen, Jane G., confectioner, 8 Maule-st 

Stephen, Jessie, 21 Victoria-st 

Stewart, Mrs A., 7 Dalhousie-pl 

Stewart, Mrs A. B., Vlewfield-rd 

Stewart, Elizabeth, 17 Catherine-st 

Stewart, Jean, S2 Lochland-st 

Stiven, Jean, 51 Keptie-st 

Stott, Mrs Annie, 2b Gown-st 



176 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Of Umbrellas, Waterproofs, or Fancy 

Leather Goods 
A Smart, Useful Week -End or Visiting 

Case 
A Gladstone, Brief, Square or Kit Bag 
A Saratoga, Cabin, or Overland Trunk 
Suit Case or Travelling Rug 
In fact, Anything Whatever to make 

you Right for Travel at Home or 

Abroad, for Pleasure or Business, 

Give Us a Chance to Meet Your Need. 

We are confident our Value is beyond comparison 

for Soundly-Made Goods, and our Variety 

Unequalled. 




Joseph Moffat 

Umbrella maker and £eatber Goods Dealer, 

32 KEPTIE STREET, ARBROATH 

(Opposite Railway Station) 



Robert Ballingall 

(Tgcle anD flfcotor /IDmiuf actum-, 
DEPOT: 281 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH. 

Works: 118 and 120 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR 



Our Specialty is "THE ELITE," Built to Order. 

Agent for the Gramophone Company. Agent for the Royal Enfield Ctci es. 



ARBROATH FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



177 



Straohan, Alice, housekeeper, 38 Addison-pl 

Strachan, Annie, asst. librarian, 16 Colvill-pl 

Strachan, Mary, 12 Anderson-st 

Stretch, Louisa, 44 Elliot-st 

Sturrock, Lizzie, 22 Green-st 

Sutherland, Marg.,millworker, 17Catherine-st 

Sutherland, Margaret, 21 Rossie-st 

Suttie, Catherine, 79 Keptie-st 

Snttie. Mrs Margaret, 23 Gowan-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Salmond, Mrs Elizabeth, 275 High-st 

Salmond, Isabella, 24 Ogilvy-place - 

Sanderson, Catherine E., Ernest-st 

Scott, Mrs A., Ivor Cottage 

Scott, Catherine, weaver, 11 W Mill-wynd 

Scott, Emily, 31 Guthrie-hiil 

Scott, Mrs Mary E., 17 Ogilvy-pl 

Scrinigeour, Mrs Amelia, 33 North-port 

Shand, Mrs John, 45 Leonard-st 

Shanks, J., factory-worker, 9 Guthrie-hill 

Shaw, Mrs Elspeth. 25 Kinnaird-st 

Shepherd, Ann, book-keeper, Baldovan-st 

Shepherd, Annie B., 33 Carnegie-st 

Shepherd, Mrs Betsy D., grocer, 25 Ernest-st 

Shepherd, Mrs E. 38 Kreehin-road 

Sim, Isa., millworker, 2 Bakeis-wynd 

Sim, Mrs Mary A, 43 Leonard-st 

Sivewright, Mary, 2 Reform-st 

Skea, Mary, 8 Leonard-st 

Smart, Margaret, 4 Carnegie-st 

Smith, Ann S., 16 West Abbey-st 

Smith, Bella G., boot-fitter, 16 W Abbey-st 

Smith, Mrs E., 6 West Abbey-st 

Smith, Mrs E., 57 Sidney-st 

Smith, Elizabeth K., 16 W Mary-st 

Smith, Hannah D., 7 Palmer-st 

Smith, Mrs Isabella, 23 St Vigeans-rd 

Smith, Isabella S., I Guthrie-pt 

Soutar, Agnes, 24 E Mill-wynd 

Soutar, Mrs Margaret, 10 Academy-st 

Soutar, Mrs Margaret, 8 Brechin-rd 

Standish, Mrs J. G., 8 Smithy-croft 

Steele, Mrs I., 29 Kinnaird-st 

Stephen, Jane Ann, 48 E Abbey-st 

Stephen, Joanna, milliner, 48 E Abbey-st 

Stephen, Margaret, 6 Brechin-road 

Stephen, Mrs William, Demondale 

Steven, Mrs Esther, 51 Sidney-st 

Stewart, Mrs Ann, 25 Boglane 

Stewart, Browina, Strachan-st 

Stewart, Caroline, spinner, IS Ogilvy-pl 

Stewart, Mrs Isabella, 23 Culloden-rd 

Stewart, Mrs M., 44 Brechin-road 

Stewart, Susan, factoryworker, 62 Howard-st 

Stirling, Mrs A-, 24 Lillies-wynd 

Stirling, Christina C, 10 W Abbey-st 

Stirling, Mrs I., 1 Walker-pl 

Stonier, Eliza, factoryworker, 4 Leonard-st 

Sutherland, Elizabeth, 10 W Abbey-st 

Sutherland, M. ¥., 260 High-st 

Symon, Mrs J., 52 Loehland-st 

Symon, Mrs John, 49 Barngreen 

First (High St and Blillgate) Ward 
Taylor, Lizzie, factoryworker 20 Park-st 
Terras, Agnes, 120 High-st 
Thomson, Agnes G., 60 Millgate-ln 
Thomson, Elizabeth, 7 Kyd-st 
Thomson, Isabella, 6 James-st 
Thomson, Robina, 60 Marketgate 



Thomson, Mrs Mary, 16 Hill-pl 
Todd, Mrs E. L., 13S High-st 
Todd, Mrs Mary, 45 Hill-st 
Tough, Alice, 40 John-st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Tait, Isabella, factoryworker, 18 Rossie-st 
Tarbat, Euphemia, 30 Gowan-st 
Taylor, Eliza E. T>., 70 Rossie-st 
Taylor, Margaret, grocer, 74 Lochland-st 
Taylor, Mary A., 46 Fergus-sq 
Taylor, Mrs Mary, 36 Helen-st 
Taylor, Mrs P. G., 78 Rossie-st 
Thomson, Agnes, 20 Lochland-st 
Thomson, E. factory-worker, 36 St Mary-st 
Thomson, Mrs Jane, 8 Russell-st 
Thomson, Mrs Margaret, draper, 63 Helen-st 
Thomson, Williamina Ann, 7 Colvill-pl 
Tindal, Jane F., 20 Fergus-sq 
Traill, Elizabeth M,, Viewfield 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Talbert, Mrs E., 28 Lillies-wynd 
Taylor, Mrs E., 27 Cairnie st 
Taylor, Mrs Elizabeth, 15 Con\ent-st 
Thomson, Jane, A., 285 High-st 
Thomson, Margaret T., 14 Ponderlaw-lane 
Thomson, Mrs Margaret, 1 St Vigeans-rd 
Tinley, Mrs P., 5 Barber's-croft 
Tyrie, Ann 26 Howard-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Urquhart, Wilhelmina, lie-grocer, Strachan- st 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Valentine, Mrs J., 35 Fergus-st 
Valentine, Margaret, 2 Dishland-st 

Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Vannet, Betsy E., 30 Howard-st 

First (High St and Mitigate) Ward 

Walker, Bessie, 23 Park-st 

Walker, Elizabeth, dressmaker, 32 Glover-st 

Walker, La., laundryworker, 29 W Mary-st 

Walker, Margaret, 1 W Mary-st 

Wallace, Jean, 30 Maule-st 

Wallace, Mary N., 14/ Kyd-st 

Watson, Mrs Agnes, 41 Lordburn 

Watson, Mrs M., 40 Ann-st 

Watt, Elizabeth, 9 John-st 

Watt, Helen S., 23 Park-st 

Watt, Mary, millworker, 16 High-st 

Watt, Mary Ann, 6 N. Grimsby 

Watts, Catherine, 33 Union-st E 

Webster, Mrs Thomas, 19 Millgate-loan 

White, Mrs Ann, 6 Glover-st 

White, Isabella W., 26 Kyd-st 

Whitton, Robina, 37 Lindsay-st 

Whytock, Mrs Ann, 8 Hume-st 

Willis, Elspeth, 25 Connnerce-st 

Willocks, Annabella, 15 Millgate-loan 

Wilson, Annie, 30 Maule-st 

Wilson, Mrs D. T, 2 Hill-pl 

Wilson, Mrs I., caretaker, 11 Brothock-bdge 

Wiseman, Mary, 1 Ann-st 

Wishart, Jane A., 9 Park-st 

Wood, Mrs Agnes, 2 W Mary-st 

Wood, Mrs Ann S., 3 W Mary-st 

Wood, Sarah, 5 Hill-rd 

Wright, Ann, 35 West Port 



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ARBROATH FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



179 



Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Walker, Mrs H., IT St Mary-st 
Walker, Margaret, 59 Rossie-st 
Walker, Mary, weaver, 56 St Mary-st 
Wallace, Agnes, 1 Fergus-st 
Wallace, Mrs Ann, T8 Keptie-st 
Wallace, Mary J., 16 Colvill-pl 
Wallace, Susan, 13 Colvill-pl 
Wannan, Lizzie, weaver, 7 Lochland-st 
Watson, Christina, 43 Rossie-st 
Watson, Jane, P., 50 Cairnie-st 
Watson, Mary Ann, 41 l)ishland-st 
Watson, Mrs Margaret, 24 Cairnie-st 
Watt, Elizabeth, 88 Helen-st 
Watt, Mrs F.lizabetli, 4 Nolt Loan-rd 
Watt, Jane A., 12 Jaiiiieson-st 
Watt, Jane G., weaver, 21 Quten-st 
Webster, Ann, 69 Loehland-st 
Webster, Annie, teach r 46J Cairnie-st 
Webster, Georgina, 43 St Mary-st 
Webster, J. A., 1 Victoria-st 
Webster, Jessie, 36 Addison-pl 
Webster, Mrs Jessie, 10 Jainieson-st 
Weir, Margaret D., 40 St Mary-st 
Welsh, Mrs J., 14 llobert-st 
Wliamond, Anr.ie, 4 Duke-st 
Whamond, Isabella, 30 St Mary-st 
Whyte, Charlotte C, 09 Lochland-st 
Whyte, Mrs M. A., 14 W. Keptie-st 
Whyte, Susan S., 07 Keptie-st 
Wilkie, Marv, nurse, 27 Duke-st 
Will, Mrs Agnes, 13 Victoria-st 
Williamson, Agnes 13. 7 Russell-st 
Williamson, Isabella, 22 Dishland-st 
Wilson, Mrs N. B., 2 lius'scll-sl 
Winton, Mrs Annie, 22 Ftrgus-st 
Wood, Mrs Margaret, 5 Uossie-st 
Wyllie, Jane, 11 Fergus-sq 
Wynton, Mrs Margaret, "9 Lochland-st 



Third (Abbey & Guthrie Port) Ward 

Waddel, Mrs James, 40 Ernest-st 

Walker, Mary, mill-worker, 09 Guthrie-pt 

Wallace, Jean C, 29 Pouderlaw-st 

Wallace, Mis J., 11 St Vigeans-rd 

Wallace, Mary, millworker, 27 Howard-st 

Wallace, Mrs Mary, 1 Cairnie-pl 

Watson, Josephine K., 15 St Vigeans-road 

Watson, Mrs A., 12 Ponderlaw-lane 

Watson, Mrs Jane, 8 St Vigeans-.ioad 

Watson, Mrs M. J., Reform-st 

Watt, Ann, 17 St Vigeaus-rd 

Watt, Isabella, factory-worker, 10 Guthrie-pt 

Webster, Anne, 41 Cairnie-st 

Webster, Bella, 27 Howard-st 

Webster, Mrs Elizabeth, 12Abbot-st 

Welsh, Mrs Catherine, 33 Culloden-rd 

Westwater, Elizabeth, 2 Cairnie-pl 

Wliitton, Ann, 15 Lillies-wynd 

Whitton, Betsy, draper, 223 High-st 

Whitton, Airs Jane, 223 High-st 

Whitton, Margaret, 223 High-st 

Williamson, Annie, 21 Lillias-wynd 

Williamson, Mrs M., 32 Leonard-st 

Wilson, Mrs Alex., IS Abbot-st 

Winton, Jane, 2S Ernest-st 

Wishart, Helen, vintner, 5 Ponderlaw-st 

Wood, Mary, Academy-st 

Wynton, Mrs Davidina, 15 Ponderlaw-st 

Wynton, Margaret, 72 Howard-st 

First (High St and Millgate) Ward 
Young, Jane, 15 Uishlands-t 

Second (Lochlands & Keptie) Ward 

Young. Ann R. , N T olt Loan-rd 
Young, Mary S., teacher, Nolt Loan-rd 

Third (Abbey & Guihrie Port) Ward 

Yeanian, Lizzie, 14 Cross Mill-wynd 
Young, Mary, M., 11 W. Mill-wynd 



Arbroath List of Trades and Professions. 



Accountants. 
Black, Rollo S., F.S.A.A., 7 Hill-st 
Hume, Robert, Town House 
Reid, George, F.S.A.A., Royal Bank 

^E)-ated Water Manufacturers. 

Jack, James, Gravesend and 102 High-st 
Moncur & Co., 10 Helen-st 
Robb Brothers, Dishland-st 

Appraisers and Valuators (Licensed). 

Geddes, William, 14 Applegate 

Kinnear, David, Hill-st 

Middleton, W., Millgate 

Nairn, Jas., Gravesend 

Robertson & Son, 24 Millgate 

Thomson, Geo. Rutherford, Marketgate and 

70 High-st 
Wilson, D. T. & Sons, 99-103 High-st 

Asplialte Manufacturers. 
Briggs, Wm. & Sons, Ltd., Elliot Chemical 
Works 



Architects and Surveyors. 

Carver & Symon, Brothock House 
Gavin, Hugh, 42 Hill Street. 
Peacock, J. H., 34 Comnierce-st 
Surveyors— D. R. Calder, 82 Keptie-st 

Farquhar, R.C., Hill Place 

Assurjnce Offices - (see Insurance.) 

Auctioneers, &c. 
Scott & Graham, Manure, Oilcake, Seed, 

and Potato Merchants, Park-st and East 

Grimsby 
Geddes, William, 14 Applegate 
Kinnear, David, Hill-st 
Paterson, James A., 1 Shore 
Thomson Geo. R. & Son, 43 Marketgate. and 70 

High-st 
Wilson. D. T. & Sons, 99-103 High-st 

Baby Linen Warehouses. 
Carnegie, J. C, 149 Bigh-st 
Cruickshank, Miss J. S., 25 Hamilton-green 
Grant, J. & C, 33 West Port 



180 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Mrs R. L ROSS, 

"Wine and SP*™* Jfterehant, 

16 ROBERT STREET, 

ARBROATH. 

Established 1878. 

George D. Fletcher 

Italian Warehouseman, Family Grocer, 
Wine and Liqueur Merchant, 

18 J^eptie Street, Arbroath 



Only the Highest and Most Genuine Class 

of Goods procurable are Sold at the 

above Warehouse. 

J "W. Xarper's 3ea 5loorr\s 

2 & 4 Guthrie Port — Opposite Abbey. 

♦ 

Finest Chocolates and Confectionery by Best Makers. 
Try HARPER'S Celebrated Arbroath Rock. 



4RBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



181 



Greig, James R., 37 Commerce-st 
Milne, M., 38 Guthrie Port 
Ogilvy, Mrs, 4Si Caimie-st 
Peter, B. 11., -271 High-st 
Terras, Mrs, 141 HigU-st 
Thomson, Mrs, Holen-st 
Whitton, U & J., 221 High-st 

Bakers. 

Balfour, Clins. L., 41 Barngreen ami 45J 

Guthrie-port 
Equitable Co-operative Society (Limited) 

6 Guthrie Port 
Falconer, Win., Howard-st 
Grant & Laing, Brothock-bridge 
High Street Co-operative Society (Limited) 

252 and 254 High Street 
Keillcr& Sons, Ltd., 114 High-st. and Dundee 
Pearso , J. R., 60 Helen-st 
Porteons, Alex., 1(52 Higli Street 
Sanderson, 1). A., 200 High Street 
Salmond, George, 199 High-st 
Shepherd, .las.. 4;. st Mary-si 

Soutar, Carnegie, 122 High-st 

West Port Association (Limited), 2 and 4 

Keptie-st 
Williamson, \V. B., 2 Abbey-place 
Wyuton, Alex., Duke-st 

Banks. 

Hours 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesdays— 10 a.m. 

to 1 p.m. Saturdays — 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Bank of Scotland, 76 High-st. Agent— R. C 

Kinloch. 
British Linen Bank, Brothoek - bridge 

Agent — W, Soutar, 
Clydesdale Banking Company, 62 High-st 

Agents — W. H. Alexander 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, 113 High-st. 

Agent— W. J Rollo. 
National Bank of Scotland, Ld., Brothock- 

bank. Agents— Clark <fe Oliver 
North of Scotland and Town & County Bank, 

S7 High-st, Agent— G. G. Dalgarno 
Royal Bank of Scotland, 69 High-st. Agent- 
George Reid 
Arbroath Savings Bank, 90 High-st. R. M 

C. Mackintosh, Actuary, Open also on 

Fridays, 6 to 8 p.m. 

Billposters. 
General Bill posting Co. — Agent, Alexander 

Thorns, 12 Abbey-path 
Michie, James M. I5.j 18 Church-st 

B/aeksnttihs. 
Black, James, 10 A)lan-st 
Carcary, W., 7 W Mill-wynd 
Herron, Peter & Son, 22 Pomlerlaw-st and 

16 South Grimsby 
M'Glashan, Donald, Dicktield-St 
Petrie, Alex., Gravesend 
Reid, Chas., 11 Lindsay-st 

Bleachers. 
Fraser, Douglas, & Sons, Friockheim 
Kelly Bleaching Coy., Wormyhills, Elliot 
Wntson & Shield, Waulkmills 
Webster, Wm. & Co., Wardmill Bleaehtield 



Boiler Makers. 
Shanks, A. & Son, Limited, Dens Iron Works 
Fraser, Douglas, & Sons, Ltd., Westburn 
Foundry 

Booksellers, Stationers, Newsagents. 

Those marked a are newsagents only 
oBarrie, Mrs, 19A Rossie-st 
Bouick, David, 55 Keptie-st 
Brodie, J., 10 Brothock-bridge 
Cuthill, R., 49 Keptie-st 
Cuthill, Mrs., 20a Keptie-st 
oDilly, James, 245 High-st 
Dorward, Mrs Win., 6Si Lochlands-st 
Drumniond, Mrs J., Millgate-loan 
Duncan, Mrs P., Abbot-st 
Forbes, James, IS Commerce-st 
Gibson, Miss, 52 Guthrie-port 
Gowans, P., 65 Marketgate 
Hood, J. I". & Son, 94 High-st. and 30 

Keptie-st 
Johnson, G., 5 Hill-st 
oLaing, Miss, Dishland-st 
Leslie, Wm., 277 High-st 
Lownie, A., 200 High-st 
aM 'Arthur, J., 182 High-st 
McKwan, Miss, 2 Locldand-street 
Martin, J. B., 46 Keptie-st 
Myles, Geo., 3 Millgate and 82 Keptie-st 
Ogilvie, J., 8 West Port 
Pyott, .las., 256 High-st 
aRainsay, Miss. 192 High-st 
Buxton, Mrs Jas., 26 Millgate 
aScott, Miss, 26 Millgate Loan 
Strachan, Win. B., 255 High-st 
nWatson, Mrs, 50 Cairnie-st 
Will, Miss, 59 Barngreen 

Bookbinder 8. 
Brodio & Salmond, Brothock-bridge 
Strachan, W. li., 255 High-st 

Boot and Shoe Makers and Dealers. 

(Wholesale). 
Fairweather, Samuel & Sons, Abbey Leather 
Works. Shops— 213 High-stand 3 Keptie-st 
Fraser, D. & Sons, Wellgate Works (Patent 

Canvas Shoes) 
Grant, Colin, Hill Road Factory. Shops— 86 
and 249 High-st 

(Retail). 

Bell, Enoch, 53 Guthrie-port 

Brcwin, J. 13 Russell-st 

Crammond, P., 83 Keptie-st 

Cuthbert, David, 50 Millgate-loan 

Donaldson, W., 16 Academy-st 

Drury, David, 21 W. Abbey-st 

Equitable Co-operative Society (Limited) 

Guthrie-port — A. Hood, manager 
Gill, W., 7 Allan-st 
Gordon, W., 69 Millgate-loan 
Greenlees & Son, West-port 
High Street Co-operative Society (Limited) 

250 High-st— Watson Baird, manager 
King, Arthur, 93 Keptie-st 
McUiren Bros., 29 Commerce-st 
Neisli, George, 33 N Port 
Norrie, John, 41 E Abbey-st 
Palmer, John, IS Guthrie-port 



182 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ANDERSON & HEWIT 

merchant TLailors, 

128 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH. 




fi Large and Varied Selection 

OF 

Serges, {Trouserings, 
Uweebs, Dicunas, 

AND 

©vercoatings. 



LADIES' COSTUMES 

A SPECIALTY. 

FIT and FINISH GUARANTEED 

fl trial Order Solicited* 



ANDERSON & HEWIT. 



ARBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



183 



Raitt, George K., 15 Panmure-st 
Ramsay, Allan, 65 St Mary-st 
Reid, J., 52 Helen-st 
Sim, J., 13 Barngreen 
Singer & Booth, 39 Commerce-st 
Smith, William, Marketgate 
Stiven, Andrew, 34 Cairnie-st 
Tosh, Wm., 31 Hamilton-green 
Tyler, H. P., 215 High-st 
Welsh, D., 16 Fergus-sq 
Welsh, J., 56 Keptie-st 

West Port Association, 24 West Port— R. Low, 
manager 

Brass founders. 
Fraser, Douglas, & Sons, Westburn Foundry 
James Keith & Blackmail Co., High Street 

Foundry 
Nicoll, Walter, Guthrie Port Foundry 
Shanks & Son, Ltd., Dens Ironworks 

Brewers. 
Bellrock Brewery, M'Kinlay & Co., Elliot-st 

Brich and Tile Manufacturers. 

Stewart, John, & Son, Anniston 

Brokers {Licensed). 
Buick, Albert, 11 North Grimsby 
Clark, Mary Craig or, 25 Dickfield-st 
Fitzeharles & Co., 64 and 68 Guthrie-port 
Forbes, David, 26 Guthrie-port 
Gibbon, James, 5 Lordburn 
Jarre tt, D., W Abbey-st 
Kelly, James, 4 W Grimsby 
Kyd, D., Gravesend 
M'Farlane, Thos., 49 Guthrie-pt 
Munro, Betsy Sturrock or, 9 W Mill-wynd 
Robb, John, 30 Gravesend 
Scott, James, 29 Lordburn 
Thorn, Alex., 43 Lordburn 
Wallace, A. & Son, 14 Panmure-st 

Builders. 
Calder Brothers, 82 Keptie-st 
Christie & Anderson, E Mary-st 
Smart, Wm B., Guthrie-port 
Fife, Andrew, Lindsay-st 
M'Laren & Nairn, Culloden-rd 
Ramsay & Gordon, Fergus Square 
Reid, Alex., 17 Lindsay-st 
Shepherd, Jas., Fisheracre 
Sutherland, A., 1 Barngreen 

Butchers. 
Beveridge, Jos., Fergus-st 
Boath, Fred F., 24 Keptie-st 
Boath, W. D., 39 High-st 
Forfarshire Meat Coy., 234 High-st 
Greig, A. S., 27 West-port 
Harris, Geo., 29 Mitigate and Hamilton Green 
. High Street Co-op Association Ltd, 246 High- 
sitreet 
Lamb, J., 78 High.st 
Martin, W., 196 High-st 
Moore, C, 62 Keptie-st 
Pattullo, A. B., 48 Cairnie-st and Leonard-st 
River Plate, 204 High-st 
Ruxton, A., 2S2 High-st 



Ruxtou, G., 54i Keptie-st 
Smith. Wm., 65 Keptie-st 
Stewart, G., 173 High-st 
Thomson, Win., 148 High-st 
Walker, D. Y., 1 Millgate-loau 

Butter and Effu Merchants. 
Buttercup Dairy Co., 6 Keptie-sfc and 193 

High-st 
M'Calluin, Colin P., 41J Millgate-loan 
Russell, James C, 232 High-st 
8hepherds Dairies, 21 West Port 
Strathmoie Dairy Co., 75 Guthrie-port 
Wiltshire Dairy, 31 Market-pl 

Cabinetmakers and Upholsterers. 

Craig, Wm. A., 23 and 25 James-st 

High Street Co-operative Society, 254 High-st 

Lyall, W. A., 4 Dishland-st 

Mackay, D. & Co., West Grimsby 

Middleton, Wm. & Sous, Millgate 

Grewar, J. P. & Son, Gravesend 

Thomson, G. R. & Son, Valuators, Linoleum 
Warehousen en, and Removal Contract- 
ors, 43 Marketgate and 70 High-st 

Wilson, D. T. & Sons, General Household 
Furnishers, Licensed Appraisers, and 
Funeral Undertakers, 99-103 High-st 

Carriers. 

Biglands Limited, carriers — Agent, John 

Ogilvie, S West Port 
Cameron, J. & P., carting contractors — G. 

Farquhar, Local Agent. 
Caledonian Railway— Office, Robert Street- 
Agent, Mr Laniond. 
Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway— Office, 

Robert Street— Agent, J. Jones 
Globe Express Agent— D.T.Wilson, 99 High-st 
London & North- Western Railway 
Moffat, A. & W. carriers— Agent, J. Ogilvie, 

8 West Port 
North British Railway— Office,' Robert Street 

— G. Farquliar, Agent. 
Sutton & Co.— Agent, Geo. Myles 
Wordie & Co., carriers for Caledonian Railway 

—Office, Robert Street— Agent, D. M. 

Baxter 

Carting Contractors. 
Boath, George, Rosebank 
Dunbar, D., Convent-st 
Moonlight, J., 55 W Grimsby 
Muir, Thomas, Son, & Patton, Helen-st 
Skea, C, 17 Hannah-st 
Skea, James, West Grimsby 
Smith, Hood & Co., Chalmers-st 

Cement Merchants, 
Brand, W. & Son, Dishland-st 
Cables, James, E Grimsby 
Muir, Thos., Son, & Patton, Ld. 
Calder Bros., 82 Keptie-st 

Chemists and Druggists. 
Sunday Hours— 12.45 to 1.45 p.m. ; and 
5.45 to 8 p.m 
Bennett, F W M, 238 High-st 
Boots Cash Chemists, 154 High-st 
Duncan, H., 209 High-st 



184 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



IF your TEETH require attention consult me. I have made the Painless 
Extraction of Teeth my Special Study. Absolutely Painless Extractions 
Is ; Complete Sets from 30s ; Repairs from 2s 6d ; Fillings from 2s 6d 
to£l Is. 

W. H. M'PHERSON, {£5™" 86 HIGH STREET 

(Near Town House), ARBROATH. 

Hours — 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays 1 to 3 p.m., 6 to 8 p.m. Also by Appointment. 

Cbe Oldest Scottish Office. established 1805. 

CAL.EDONIAIM 

Insurance Company. 

FIRE. LIFE. ANNUITIES. 

Personal Accadent and all Illness 

EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. BURGLARY. 

Prospectuses Free on Application. 



Dundee Office: 35 Albert Square. 

Principal Agents in Arbroath: 

W. & J. Mackintosh, Solicitors. S. Renny, Jock's Lodge. 
DEWAR & WEBSTER, Solicitors. W. J. ROLLO, Bank Agent. 



MOTOR AND . 
J CYCLE AGENT, 



274 HIGH STREET ( Ja ^ e r s ne s r tr e f et), ARBROATH. 

Jaj^Ln..-JLJi5* Agent for Star, Lloyds, Hopper, and 

~jff&i§9 / i\i^ F ~^ other Leading Cycles. 



All Accessories Kept in Stock. 



Repairs Receive Personal Attention. 



ARBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



185 



Gird wood, Thos., 12 Keptie-st 

Jack, James (agent for W. & A. Gilbey, 

wine and spirit merchants, London), 

102 High-st 
Robertson, John, 13 West Port 
Ruxton, James, 59 Keptie-st 
Whyte, J. S., 57 Guthrie Port 

Chimney Sweeps. 
Carrie, D.. 42A E Abbey-st 
Hood. Wm., 12 E Mill-wynd 
Eae, A.. 24 Smithy-croft 
Smith, Win., Barngreen 
Souter, J., 9 Go\van-st 
Wyllie, John R., 9 Union-st W 

China and Glass Merchants. 
Buick, Albert. 11 N Grimsby 
Craig, J. B., 37 Millgate 
Forbes, Mrs, 2 Brechin Road 
Johnston. David, 31 to 37 Commerce-st and 

282 High-st 
Pattullo, P.. Guthrie Port 
Robertson's Stores, 25 West Port and 52 

Keptie-st 
Wallace, A. & Son, 14 Panmure-st 

Coachbuilders and Cartwrights. 
Duncan & Will, Union-st E 
Young, D. & Sons, South Grimsby 

Coal Merchants. 

Aitken, Thos., 35 Millgate 

Friendly Coal Society, Limited, 29 Ladyloan 
— Ed. Spink, Manager 

Lamb, Robert, 33 Lindsay-st 

Leslie, J. G. 5 Millgate 

Macfarlane & Co., South Grimsby 

Muir. Thos., Son, & Patton, Limited, Railway 
Station and Shore (also at Carnoustie and 
Inverkeilor Railway Stations) 

Paterson, J. A., 1 Shore 

Smith, Hood,& Co., Keptie-st and Chalmers-st 
(also at Carnoustie, Inverkeilor, and Red- 
ford, Carmyllie) 

Confectioners. 

Adamson, Miss B., 10 Keptie-st 

Allardice, Miss, 79 Keptie-st 

Anderson, M.,.57 Lochland-st 

Barrie, Mrs, 17 Rossie-st 

Bell, Mrs, Lordburn 

Bruce, W., 6 High-st 

Caird, Mrs J. G., 51 Millgate-loan 

Campbell, Mrs, 72 Keptie-st 

Cargill, T., 4 High-st 

Carrie, Miss M., 21S High-st 

Christie, Miss, 34 Lochland-st 

Coppola, Alex., 22S High-st 

Cowieson, Miss K., Broth<>ck-bridge 

Davidson, Mrs. 18 W Newgate 

Davidson, Mrs, 94 Keptie-st 

Donald, L., 286 High-st 

Dorward, M., 85 Keptie-st 

Diury, Miss, 3 Rossie-st 

Dundee and Arbroath Confections and 
Preserve Manufacturing Company, 
(Limited), James-st — James Anderson, 
manager (wholesale) 

Esplin, Mrs, 13 Millgate-loan 



Forbes. Mrs Geo., 69 Millgate-loan 
Forsyth, J., 10 West Port 
Gowans, C, IS Ladyhridge-st 
Grant, M. Y., 202 High-st 
Harper, J. W., 2 Guthrie Port 
Hogg, M., 63 Keptie-st 
Jamieson, Mrs, 31 Gutliiie-port 
Jenkins, A. & M., 26 Keptie-st 
Keiller & Sons, Ltd., 114 High-street 
Low, Mrs, 19 Allan-st 
M'C'allum, Colin 1'., 4U Millgate-laan 
Mann, Miss, 7 Millgate 
Millar, Mrs, 9 West-port 
Mollison, Misses, Victoria Cafe, Millgate 
Neave, Mrs, Lochland-st 
Ogilvy, Mrs, 4S Cairnie-st 
Olympia Store, 29 Market-place 
Pearson, J. R. , 60 Helen-street 
Porteons, Alex., 162 High-st 
Potter, Mrs, 140 High-st 
Remati, Peter, 14 Keptie-st 
Salmond, G., 199 High-St (wholesale & retail) 
Scott, Miss, 26 Millgate-loan 
Scott, Miss, 9 Kyd-st 
Shanks, H., Commerce-st 
Smith, Andrew, 21 St Vigeans-road 
Stephen, Miss, 1SS High-st 
Swaukie, Mrs, 10 High-st 
Taylor, Miss, 76 Lochland-st 
Taylor, Miss M., 36 Helen-st 
Watson, Mrs, 50 Cairnie-st 
Winton, Jas, 59 Guthrie-pt 132j High-st and 
31 West-pt (wholesale and retail) 

Corn Merchants. 
Cunningham, J. & J. Ltd., 20 W Grimsby and 

SO High-st 
Grant, J. C, & Son, 19 Ladvloan 
Scott & Graham, Ltd., Park-st 
Smith, J. & J., East Grimsby 

Cycle Agents. 
Anderson, H., 16 W Keptie-st 
Ballingall, R., 2S1 High Street 
Carcary, Win., West Mill-wynd 
Clark, Thos., 274 High-st 
Cobb, A., West Links Toll-house 
Cuthbert & Co., Commerce-st 
Fairweather, J., 7 Green-st 
Law, James, & Son, Brothock-bridge 
Mitchell, R., Fisheracre 
Robbie, David, 26 Brothoek-bank 
Watson, James, 1 Russell-st 
Smith, J. S & Son, 124 High-st 
Thomson, James A., 1 IS Bigh-st 

Dairies and Dairymen. 

Beattie, M rs Jemima, Bloomtield 
Binnie, Walter, Gallowden 
Burnett, \V. C, Letham Dairy 
Carnegie, Alex , Damley 
Condie, A., Lesliehall 
.Cooper, James, Gowanbank 
Copeland, James, Crudie 
Coivie, James, East Muirlands 
Duthie, Wm., Wardmill 
Edgar, David, Easthills 
Edwards, William, Collistou Mill 
Fell, Wm., Hillhead 
Finlay, George, Denside 



186 



YEAR BOOR ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ELECTRICLIGHTINGi 

INDUCTION COILS. ¥ 
ELECTRIC BELLS JELEPHONESetcJI 




Estimates 

Given 

for all kinds 

of Work. 

-o*o- 

Full 

Particulars 

can be had 

on 

Application. 



Largef Selection of Bray and other Inverted 

Burners, Globes, Mantles, &c. 
Personal Supervision in Fixing 

Electric Light, Bells, and Telephones. 

Quantity of 

Various 

Candle Power 



OSRAM LAMPS 

Always kept 
in Stock. 




HERRON & GOLVILLE 



J 



Satiitarp Plumbers, Gasfitters, electricians. 



SHOWROOM 



WORKSHOP: 



56 KEPTIE STREET - 56* KEPTIE STREET 



LOCHNAGAR BAR, 

COMMERCE STREET 

(Below Sheriff Court-House.) 



Wines, Spirits, Beers, and Stouts always in Perfect Condition. 
Large a^d Airy Rooms for Socials, Presentation Parties, &c. 
TOM SCOTT, Proprietor. 



ARBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



187 



Gaiv, Alex., Little Cairnie 
Gibb, David, Mains, Cannyllie 
Gibb, John, Montquhir, Cannyllie 
Grant, James, Firth 
Hosie, Thos., West. Seaton 
Jones, Llewellyn, Emislaw 
Kerr, James, Blah'bank 
Laird. James, Rosebrae Dairy 
Law, A., Milton of Cannyllie 
Law, James, 24 Brechin-roact 

Law, Robert, Redford 

M'Callum, Colin P , 4H Millgale-loan 

M'Ewan, Win., Culloden 

Nicoll, William, West Grange 

Paterson, J. Craig, Letham Farm 

Ramsay, A. A., Muirheads 

Roberts, Jos., Newbigging 

Robertson, John, Conon 

Sheiret, Alexander. Springfield 

Smith, David, Berryfauld 

Soutar, David, Milton, Cannyllie 

Soutar, W., Boysack Hill 

Stephen, Win., Blindloeh 

Wallace. Andrew, Culloden 
• Watson. Alex., Mains of Seaton 

Whyte, James, East Seaton 

Wilson, Wm., Grange of Conon 

Dancing Masters. 
dimming, Frank, 3 Elliot-st 
Lowe, G. B., :S3 Elliot-st 
Jackson, D. W., 272 High-st 
Jackson, W. W., 1 Carnegie-st 

Dentists mid Teeth Specialists. 

Alexander, J., 169 High-st 
Campbell, Dr H. G., dental-surgeon, Hill-ter 
Davie, A., Herald Buildings, Brothock Bridge 
Gibson, A., 3 Bank-st 
Lesslie, C. H., SO Marketgate 
M'Pherson, W. H., 86 High-st 
Sime, G., Mrs Forrest's, S8 Keptie-st 
Small, D. M., (qualified surgeon), Dishland 
House 

Drapers. 
Boyne Mrs Hi., 50£ Kig-h-st 
Dundas, A. M., 13 Keptie-st 
Equit. Co-Opera five Society, Ltd.,Guthrie-port 
Ewing, T., 203 High-st 

Ferguson, A., 50 Keptie-st 

Fyfe, Mrs, 15 West-pt 

Greig, Jas^R., 37 Commerce-st 

High Street Co-Operative Society, Ltd., 
252 High-st 

Hird, Alex., 28 Keptie-st. and 258 High-st 

Hutchison, David, 1 West-pt 

Mackenzie, J. R., London Mantle House 

M'Mulleri", Mrs, 1(57 High-st 

Milligan, Robert, 7 Keptie-st 

Soutar, Jas., Ltd, 104-10S High-st 

Thomson, Mrs St. Clair. 63 Helen-st 

Thornton, David & Son, 261 High-st 

West Port Association,Ld., 22 West Port 

Whitton, B. & J., 221 High-st 

Dress and Mantle Makers. 
Alexander, Miss, 12 James Street •: 
Anderson, Miss, Herald Buildings 
Byars, Mrs D , 151 High-st 



Cobb, V. G., 3 W. Grimsby 

Cruickshank, Miss J. S. , 25 Hamilton-green 

Donaldson, Miss, Bridge-st 

Douglas, Miss, 33 High-st 

Ellis, Miss, 17 Hill-pl 

Forsyth, Miss, Rossie-st 

Forsyth, Miss B., 67 Millgate-loan 

Grant, I. & B., 45 Cairnie-st 

Hogg, J. & L., 69 Keptie-st 

Hutchison, D., 1 West-port 

Liddle, Miss, Aeadeniy-st 
Mackenzie, J. R., 145 High-st 

M'Kenzie, Miss, 10 Kyd-st 

Matthew & Son, 226 High-st 

Milne, Miss M, 38 Guthrie-pt 

Ogilvy, Miss, 253 High-st 

Paterson, Miss M., 14 Queen-st 

Peter, Miss B. B., 271 High-st 

Petrie, Miss. 28 Ann-st 

Ramsay, Miss, 17 Hill-pl 

Robertson, Miss, 23 Ladyloan 

Smart, Mrs, 27 John-st 

Soutar, Jas., Ltd., 10S High-st 

Spark, Miss, 6 Rossie-st 

Strachan & Farquhar, 177 High-st 

Thornton, D. & Sons, 261 High-st 

Valentine, Miss M., 2 Dishland-st 

Wilkie, Miss, 11 Howard-st 

Druggists — (See Chemists.) 
Dyers and Agents. 

Achille Serre— agents, Arbroath Steam Laun- 
dry, Keptie-road 

Thomson, Ltd., Perth — agent, Abbey 
Laundry, Ladyloan 

Maclure, E. & J., 68 Helen-st. 

Pullar, J. & Sons, Perth— agents, J. & C. 
Grant, 33 West Port 

Stevenson Bros., Brothock-bridge — agent, M. 
Milne, 38 Guthrie-pt 

Emigration Agents. 
Guild, A., 152 High-st 
Michie, J. M. B., 18 Church-st 
Thomson, Geo. Rutherford & Son, Marketgate 

and 70 High-st 
Wilson, D. T., 99 and 101 High-st 

Engineers and Ironfounders. 

Fraser, Douglas, & Sons, Westburn Foundry 

Keith, Jas. & Blackmail Co., (Gas, Hy- 
draulic, steam and hot water) High Street 
Foundry 

Law, Jas. & Son, East Grimsby 

Shanks, Alex. & Son, Ltd.., Dens Iron Works 

Shepherd, Wm., Hume-st 

Fancy Goods Merchants. 
Brodie, J., 10 Urothock-bridge 
Carnegie, J. C, 159 High-st 
Dilly, .James, 245 High-st 
Excelsior Bazaar, 280 High-st 
Johnston's Emporium, 31 Commerce-st 
M 'Arthur, J., 182 High-st 
McEwan, Miss, 2 Lcchland-street 
Myles, Geo., 3 Millgate and 82 Keptie-st 
Pyott, J., 256 High-st 

Robertson's Stores, ' 25 West-port and 52 
Keptie-st 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CROOK & WEBSTER, 

(Successors to GEORGE R AVNE J 

Registered Plumbers and Gas-fitters, 

35 GUTHRIE PORT, ARBROATH. 




HYDRAULIC RAMS, WINDMILLS, and 

PUMPS of every Description 

Erected and Repaired. 

Estate Water Supplies 

Laid Out on Most Modern Systems. 

Flush Closets, Baths, Heating - , 

&c, for Town and Country Houses. 
^ Estimates given. Charges Moderate. 



House Address, 7 Guthrie Port 



WHITE'S SEMOLINA. 

FOR PUDDINGS, PORRIDGE, &c. 

HOME MANUFACTURED. 
GUARANTEED THOROUGHLY GENUINE. 

From Best Hard American Spring Wheats, which turn out 
Semolina Unsurpassed for Quality, and Superior to 
that made from any Wheat grown on the Continent of Europe. 

OTHER SPECIALTIES: 

REFORM MEAL and WHOLEMEAL. 



John F.White, Ltd., Dundee Flour Mills. 



Fishmongers and Fish Curers. 
Cargill, Alex., 12 South-st 
Cargill, J., 63 Gutlirie-port and 170 High-st 
Cargill, Mrs, 5S Keptie-st 
Harris, G., 23 Millgate 
Johnston & Son, Seagate 
Moir, W. , 5 and 7 Applegate 
Orr, Mrs JR., 208 High-st 
Stephen, R. O., 15 Keptie-st 
Swan, J., Barngreen 

Fish Merchants and Salesmen. 
Cargill, Mrs R., 10J Seagate 
Geddes, W. H., Harbour 
Hinksman & Neil, Harbour-house 
Johnston & Son, Seagate 
Shepherd, Geo., Millgate 
Smith, John, 8 Markttgate 

Flax Merchants. 
Anderson, James, Garden-street 
Greig, John P. & Son, 50 Bast Abbey-st 
Sandeman, D., Lillies-wynd 
Sievwright, John, Comnierce-st 
Wallace, A. & Son, 14 Panmnre-st 
Weir, James, Ladybridge-house 

Fruiterers, Flwists, and Green- 
grocers. 
Adamson, Miss B., 10 Keptie-st 
Allardice, Miss, 79 Keptie-st 
Bell, Mrs, 31 Lordburn 
Christie, Miss, Lochland-st 
Christie, Mrs, 96 High Street 
Dorward, M., 85 Keptie-st 
Farquharson, R., 168 High-st 
Fyfe, W. & H., 15 Millgate 
Hogg, M., 63 Keptie-st 
Menzies, A., 256a High-st 
Neave, Mrs, 36 Lochland-st 
Ross, H., 3 Guthrie Port and 244 High-st 
Smith, James, 37 West Port 
Smith, Andrew, 21 St. Vigeans-road 
Strachan, Walter, 185 High-st 

Funeral Undertalcers. 
Addison, James, Helen-st 
Craig, Wm. A., 23 and 25 James-st 
Farquhar, R. C, 4 Hill-place 
Grewar, J. P., & Son, Panmure-st 
Kydd, James, & Sons, 6 East Mary-st 
Lyall, W. A., 4 Dishland-st 
Mackay, David, & Co., 39J West Grimsby 
Middleton, Wm., & Sons, Millgate House 
Robertson & Son, 24 Millgate 
Sievwright, J. & R. W., 31 Lordburn 
Simpson, James, St. Mary-st 
Sutherland, Wm., 4 Hume-st 
Wilson, David T., & Sons, 99-103 High-st 

Game Dealers — {See Poulterers). 

Gardeners (Market and Landscape) . 
Beattie, David, Hospital field 
Begg, James, 2 Murray-pl 
Craig, William, 69 Guthrie-port 
Fahen, Wm., Dishland-st 
Hovell, Bellevue Gardens 
Laing, Alexander, Maryfield 
Leadinghain, D., Bishoploch 



Millar, Thomas, 13 Colvill-pl 
Mills, Alexander, 16 Kyd-st 
Peters, J., Lochside Gardens 
Scott, Thos., 35 Lochland-st 
Sturrock, John, 19 Smithy-croft 

Gasfitters — See Plumbers. 

Glaziers and Glass Merchants. 
Grant, W. L. & Son. 267 High-st 
Millar, D. H., 12 Millgate-loan 
Roy, A. & Sons, Exchange Place 
Savege, T. & D , 257 High-st 
Scott, David J., Brothock Bridge 
Scott, E., 6 Millgate-loan 

Gh'ocers (unlicensed) and Provision 
Dealers. 

Allardice, L., 77 Keptie-st 

Bruce, Mrs A., 37 Ladyloan 

Buttercup Dairy Coy., 5 Keptie-st and 193 

High-st 
Cooper & Co., 207 High-st 
Davidson, John, 18 Brothock bridge 
Dorward, A., 87 Keptie-st 
Campbell, Mrs, 74 Keptie-st 
Equitable Co-operative Society, Limited, 

Guthrie-port, 60 Keptie-st, 4 J Fergus-st 

and 1 Brothock bridge 
Esplin, Mrs, 13 Millgate-ln 
Farquharson, R , 168 High-st 
Giant, N. C, Kirk-su (wholesale & retail) 
High St Co-operative Society, Ltd, 252 & 57 

High-st, 61 St Mary-st, & 39£ Millgate-ln 
Lipton, Ltd., 16 Keptie-st 
Low, Wm. & Co., 17 Keptie-st 
Forces, Mrs, 69 Millgate-loan 
Maypole Dairy Co., 171 High-st 
Pearson, Jas., 60 Helen-st 
Russell, Jas. C, 232 High-st (Butter, Mar- 

gerine and Egg Importer;. 
Ruxton, D., 46 Ladyloan 
Shepherds Dairies, 21 West-port 
Strathmore Dairy Co., 77 Guthrie-port 
Thorneycrof!,, W. H., 6 West-port 
Wiltshire Dairy, 31 Market-pl 
West Port Association, Limited, 2 and 

4 Keptie-st, 58 and 60 Lochland-st, 59 E. 

Abbey-st, and 46 Cairme-st 

Grocers (licensed) and Provision 
Dealers. 
Anderson, Robt., 43 East Abbey-st 
Brown, Mrs J. H , 3£ Brothock-bridge 
Brown, Robt., 1 Keptie st 
Cargill, Mrs D. W., 1 Wallace-st 
Couie, J. A., 194 High-st 
Dick, J. B., 38 Hamilton-green 
l'oig, Arthur, 15 Union-st 
Doig, James, 71 and 73 Guthrie-port (whole- 
sale and retail) 
Dorward, Geo., & Co., Bank-st (wholesale) 
Fell, Miss Mary, 12 Millgate-loan 
Fin. lay, D., 66 Keptie-st 
Fletcher, G. D., 18 Keptie-st 
Fox, W. C, 92 Keptie-st 
Fyfe", John, 8 Market-place 
Gall, Mrs, 1 Culloden-road 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MORRIS-OXFORD CARS. 

Agent for Forfarshire and Kincardineshire. 
Popular Model, £173 5s; De Luxe Model, £199 10s; Cabrioles Model, £255 



HUMBER, RALEIGH, HILLMAN, MARLBOROUGH 
and any Make of Light Car. 




DAVID ROBBIE 

24 BROTHOCK BRIDGE, ARBROATH, 

HAS always on hand a Fine Stock of the Best Makes 
of CYCLES and MOTOR CYCLES, embracing 
TRIUMPH, SUNBEAM, HUMBERS, and other High- 
Class Grades, ALL AT LOWEST PRICES. 



SECOND-HAND CYCLE CARS Always in Stock. 

» 

FOR HIRE. 

A Fine Stud of LADLES' and GENT'S MACHINES, 
by the Hour, Day, or Month, at Moderate Rates. 



Full Assortment of Cycle and Motor Accessories. 

♦ — 

Repairs by Experienced Workmen. 



ARBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



191 



Gilbert, John, 3 Princes-st 

Hall, E. W. K., 47 Keptie-st 

Jack, James, 100 High-st 

Jack, John, 288 High-st 

Jackson, Mrs, 263 High-st 

Johnson, Wm., 2 Glover-st 

Kerr, David, 7 Fergus-square 

Low, George W., 242 High-st 

Leith, James, 1 Panmure-st 

M'Lean, Mrs, 44 Keptie-st 

Mackintosh, Mrs Agnes, 44 Fergus Square 

Man-, G. C., 82 Cairnie-st 

Mill, Stewart, 1 Ernest-st 

Morgan, James. 29 Lillies-wynd 

Nicoll, W. L., 40 Ladybridge-st 

Pyott, Geo., 44 Green-st 

Pyott, J. G. 54 Guthrie-port 

Pyott, W. 40 Guthrie-port 

Kennie, Wm., 5 Guthrie-port 

Robbie, Miss M., 89 Keptie-st 

Samson, W. W., 26 High-st 

Scott, Andrew, 195 High-st 

Steven, Jemima, 20 Ann-street 

Stevenson, James, 53 Ladyloan 

Stonier, Mrs David, 29 Panmurc-st 

Strachan, Wallace, & Whyte, 290 High-street 

(wholesale) 
Thorueycrot't, W. H., 127 High-st 
Turnbull, James, 35 High-st 
Urquhart, G. Mrs 38 Barngreen 
Watson, Frank G., 52 Cairnie-st 
Watson Henry. 10 Fergus-st 
Wyntun, Alex., 3 Duke-st. 

Hairdressers. 
Alexander, R., 11 Mitigate 
Band, George, Commerce-st 
Baird, J., 34 Cairnie-st 
Baird, R., 5 W Grimsby 
Blair, 11. P., Guthrie-port 
Clark, A., 1 and 3 Hamilton-green 
Crowe, W., 18 West-port 
Crowe, George, 16 Brothock-bridge 
Gibb, J. P., 284 High-st 
M'Gregor, Harry, Spink-st 
Mudie, Alex., Allan-st 
Pattullo, W., 245 High-st 
Ritchie, J. A., 75 Keptie-st 
Robb, D , Marketgate 
Robertson, A., 37 North-port 
Robinson, T., 273 High-st 

Hatters and Hosiers. 
Adamson, A. .K., 9 Keptie-st 
Guild, A., 152 High-st 

Macdonald, D. R. , 2 West-pt & 23 Commerce-st 
Myles, C. Y., 112 High-st 
Peter, James, 20 Commerce-st 
Soutar, James, Ltd., 104 High-st 

Horsehirers. 

Arbroath Horsehiring Co., Ltd., Dishland-st 

Crabbe, David, 2 Abbot- st 

Ross, H., 279 High-st 

White Hart Hiring and Garage Co., Kirk-sq 

Hotels. 

Imperial— S. Banks, 21 Keptie-st 
Royal — G. Cameron, High-st 
Station— James Malcolm, 38 Keptie-st 



Waverley Temperance— I. F. Ruxton, Cathe- 

rine-st 
White Hart -Alex. Smith, 163 High-st 

House Decorators — (See Painters.) 

Ice Cream Makers. 

Brettesani, Jas., Lochland-st 

Coppola, Alex., 22S High-st 

Dimarco, Ralph, 84 High-st and 100 Keptie-st 

Dora & Co., Applegate and 45 High-st 

Remati, Peter, 14 Keptie-st 

Zaccarini, 42 Guthrie-pt 

Inns & Taverns — {See Public- houses.) 
Insurance and Assurance Offices. 

Britannic Assurance Coy. Ltd., 211a High-st 
— Superintendent, Forsyth Cameron 

British Legal Assurance Society 

Liverpool Victoria Legal Friendly Society — 
Superintendent, Jas. Suttie, W Keptie-st 

Pearl Assurance Coy., 7 Brothock Bridge- 
Superintendent, Geo. Philip 

Plate Glass Mutual Insurance Association — 
Secretary, W. H. Alexander, High-st 

Prudential Assurance Coy. Ltd., 4 Brothock- 
bridge— Superintendent, E. Hunter 

Reluge Assurance Coy.— Superintendent, R. 
Stewart, Hillend-rd 

Royal Liver Assurance Society 

Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society — 
District Manager, G. E.Smith, 19 Cairnie-st 

Iron and Steel Merchants. 
Buick, Albert, 11 North Grimsby 
Cuthbert & Co., S-12 Commerce-st 
Macfarlane & Co., South Grimsby 
Rathjen, S. W., 232 High-st and 24 Millgate 

Ironmongers. 

Cuthbert & Co., 8-12 Commerce-st 
Dewar, R. D., 13 Millgate 
Johnston, David, 31 to 37 Commerce-st 
Nicol, D. H.,43 Lordburn 
Pattullo, D., 39 Guthrie-port 
Rathjen, S. W., 232 High-st 
Smith, J. S. & Sons, 124 High-st 
Thomson, James A., 118 High-st 

Jewellers — (See Watchmakers.) 

Joiners and Wrights. 
Addison, Jas., Helen-st 
Chisholm, J. B., SO Keptie-street 
Duncan & Will, Union-st E 
Farquhar, R. C, 4 Hill-place 
Kyd, D., Gravesend 
Kydd, James & Sons, 6 E Mary-st 
Mackay & Co., 39 W Grimsby 
Robertson, J. & Son, 24 Millgate 
Robertson, W., 22 Applegate 
Sievwright, J. & R. W. , 31 Lordburn 
Simpson, James, St Mary-st 
Sutherland, Win., 4 Hume-st 
Young & Sons (and Cartwrights), S Grimsby 

Lathsplitters. 
Arbroath Sawmill Co. , West Shore 
Ross, James, 4 Hill-road 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



C. L. BALFOUR 

Jamily 3$ rea( * an( * SJiseuit 3$aker. 




Shortbread Ornamented any Special Motto. 

Dishes Covered on Shortest Notice. HOT PIES, Id & 2d. 
Real Forfar Bridies, every Friday and Saturday, 3d each. 



Marriage and Supper Parties, 

Picnics and Soirees, Purveyed. 

♦ 

41 BARNGREEN &41£ GUTHRIE PORT, Arbroath 




ALEX. SUTHERLAND, 

Some time with the late Mr Wyllie, 

/Monumental /Mason, 

8 BAKERS WYND, ARBROATH. 

Yard : 1 Barngreen. 



LETTERING : 
Granite. Marble. Freestone. 

Orders Promptly Executed at Moderate 
Charges. 



ARBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



193 



Laundries. 
Abbey Laundry Coy., West Links 
Arbroath Steam Laundry — Moffat & Mauson, 

Keptie-rd 
Dewai- Miss, W Abbey-street 
Gauldfe, Miss, 36 Millgate-loan 
King, Miss, 27 Rossie-st 
Matthewson, Misses, 15 Hannah Street 
Shanks, Mrs, 1 W Keptie Street 
Stevenson Bros., Brothock Bridge 
Taylor, Miss, 74 Lochland-st 

Leather Merchants, Tanners, and 
Curriers. 

Fairweather, Samuel & Sons, Abbey Works 

and Millgate-loan 
Grant, Colin, Hill Road Factory 
Swirles, A. & Son, Ponderlaw-st 

Manufacturers 

Flax Spinners. 

Those marked ( j ) are also Jute Spinners. 

^'Anderson & Chalmers, St Rollox Works and 

Brothock Mill 
Corsar, David & Sons, Ltd., Nursery Mills 
Corsar Brothers, Applegate Works 
Fraser, Douglas & Sons, Wellgate Works 
JLowson, Andrew, Ltd., Greens, Baltic, Inch, 

Lindsay-st, and John-st Works 
Nieol, Alex., & Co., Chalmers-st Works 
j Netherward Spinning and Weaving Co., 

Netherward Works 
Webster Brothers & Co., Stanley Works 
Webster, Francis & Sons, Alma Works and 

Burnside Works 

Rope and Twine. 
Gauldie & Sons, West End Rope Works 
Scott, G. C. M. , East Links Rope Works 
Webster Bros. & Co., Stanley Works 

Sailcloth. 
Anderson & Chalmers, St Rollox Works and 

Brothock Mill 
Balfour & Cumming, Victoria Works 
Corsar Brothers, Applegate Works 
Corsar, David & Sons, Ltd., Spring Garden 

Works 
Fraser, Douglas & Sons, Wellgate Works 
Lowson, Andrew, Ltd., Baltic Works 
Netherward Spinning and Weaving Co. 
Nicol, Alex., & Co., Chalmers-st Works 
Scrimgeour, James & Co., Dens Works 
Thomson, M. C, & Co., Wardmill Factory 
Webster, Francis & Sons, Alma Works and 

Burnside Works 
Wilson & Cunningham, Dens-road 

Manure and Oil Cake Merchants. 
Cunningham, J. & J., West Grimsby 
Cuthbert & Co., 8-12 Commerce-st 
Scott & Graham, Park-st (The Mart) 

Medical Practitioners. 
General Surgery Hours — 9 to 10 a.m., 6 to 8 

p.m. Saturdays, for Country People, 

2 p.m. 
Angus, W. S., MB, Ch.B., 240 High-st 
Dewar, J. A., M.D., 13 Hill-terrace 



Dewar, W. J., M.B., CM., 13 Hill- terrace 
Duncan, John D., M.B., CM,, Willoughby 

House, Helen-st 
Gilruth, Jas., M.B., CM., Hyde-park, Bank-st 
Kelly, R., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., 61 Keptie-st 
Laing, David, M.D., 13 Maule-st 
Keith, J. Melville, M.D., 35 Millgate 
Thomson, James, M.B., CM., Hill-place 
Yule, Arthur D..M.B., CM., B.Sc. (P.H.), 

2 Hill-st 

Midwives. 
Boath, Miss A., 7S Marketgate 
Campbell, Mrs, 21 Lordburn 
Ogilvie, Miss, 253 High-st 
Sturrock, Mrs, 22 Green-st 

Milliners. 
Byars, Mrs D. , 151 High-st 
Dundas, A. M., 13 Keptie-st 
Equitable Co-operative Society, 36 Guthrie-pt 
Fyfe, Mrs, 15 West Port 
High Street Association, 252 High-st 
Hutchison, David, 1 West-port 
Johnston, Misses, 21 Cairnie-st 
M'Mullen, Mrs, 167 High-st 
Mackenzie, J. R., London Mantle House 
Mitchell, Miss, 40 Keptie-st 
Peter, Miss B., 271 High-st 
Rust, Miss, 27 Market-place 
Steele, Miss, 14 West-port 
Strachan & Farquhar, 177 High-st 
West Port Association, 20 Keptie-st 

Monumental Masons. 
Calder Bros.— Office, 82 Keptie-st 
Eastou, Frank, Cemetery-gate 
Reid, A., Lindsay-st 
Shepherd, Jas., Fisheracre 
Smart, W. B., Guthrie-port 
Sutherland, A., Barngreen 

Motor Engineers. 
Law, James, & Son, East Grimsby 
Robbie, D., Brothock-bridge 

Music & Musical Instrument Dealers. 

Herron, J., 30 Brothock-bank 

Johnston, D., 37 Commerce-st (instruments) 

Paterson, Sons & Co., 129 High-st 

Thomson, G. R. & Son, Marketgate (instru.) 

Wilson, D. T., 99 & 101 High-st (instruments) 

Music Teachers. 
Adamson, Thos., Music Teacher for Board 

Schools, James-street 
Corstorphine, Miss, 18 Victoria-st 
Dickson, Alex., 15 W Mary-st 
Edward, Miss, 6 Hayswell-rd 
Jarratt, Owen, 36 Victoria-st 
Kininmonth, Miss, 1 Kinnaird-st 
Lindsay, Thomas, 175 High-st 
Lindsay, Miss, 97 Keptie-st 
Mill, Miss H. B., Hill House 
Milne, Miss, Warwick Villa, Addison-place 
Parsons, Mr and Mrs T. W, 54 Addison-pl 
Smart, C. Ramsay, 14 Hill-pl 
Smith, Miss Anuabella 16 W Mary-st 
Stephen, Miss, 21 Victoria-st 
Walker, Miss Ada, Kinloch-ter 



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Nurses ( Certificated) . 
Queen's Jubilee Nurses — Miss Eastern, 63 
Disliland-st ; Miss Thomson, Laurel-bank 
Hosea, Miss, Dalhousie-place 

Oil Merchants. 

Cuthbert <fe Co., 8-12 Commerce-st 
Dewar, B. D., 13 Millgate 
Johnston, D., 31 to 37 Commerce-st 
Smith & Sons, J. Si, 124 High-st 
Thomson, James A., 118 High-st 

Painters and House Decorators. 
Grant, W. L. & Son, 267 High-st 
Mathewson, E. W,, Brothoek-bridge 
Roy, Adam, & Sons, Exchange-place 
Savege, T. & D., 257 High-st 
Scott, E., 6 Millgate-loan 
Meekison & Jamieson, 5 Brothoek-bridge 

Pawnbrokers. 

Duncan, Mary, 3 and 5 James-st 
Jagger, Kate, Bridge-st 

Photographers. 
Anckom, W. J. k Mrs, 29 West-port 
Geddes,W.H.&Son,14 Applegate & 178 High-st 
Gibson, A., 136 High-st 
Milne, James, St Ruth's, Hamilton Green 
Taylor, D. S., Gowan-st 

Picture Frame Makers. 
Geddes & Son, Applegate • 

Gibson, A. R., 136 High-st 
Thompson, Jas. R., 225 High-st 

Plasterers and Cement Workers. 
Donald, Arch. C, 41 Lindsay-st 
Donald, Arch., sen., & Son, East Mary-st 

Plumbers and Gasfitters. 

Cook, D. & Sons, 219 High-st" 
Cook, James, Maule-st 
Crook & Webster, 35 Gutlnie-port 
Grant, T. R., 22 Brothoek-bridge 
Herron & Colville, 56 ICeptie-st 
Lindsay, John C, Applegate 
Rayne, John, West Abbey-st 

Poulterers and Game Dealers. 
Christie, Mrs, 9Q High-st 
Harris, G., 23 Millgate 
Orr, Mrs R., 208 High-st 
Stewart, George, 173 High-st 
Thomson, W., 148 High-st 

Porters (Street.) 
Addison, D., 32 Ernest-st 
Blyth, Alex., 46 Glover-st 
Braid, J., 42 Green-st 
Buick, Peter, 22 Helen-st 
Dalgety, Robert. 17 Gowau-st 
Innes, Alex., 6 Dishland-st 
Milne, David, 15 Jamieson-st 
Morris, David, 15 Duke-st 
Nicol, John, 60 Guthrie-port 
Walker, Jas., Millfield-feus 
Watt, James, 3 Lordburn 
Wood, Charles, 7 Bridge-st 



Piano Tuners. 
Crerar, D., W Keptie-st 
Herron, J., 30 Brothock-bank 
,- Paterson, Sons, & Co., 129 High-st. 

Potato Merchants. 
Buik, John, Dickfleld-st 
Donaldson, J., Bog-lane 
Dorward, A., S7 Keptie-st 
Fairweather, J., Mary well 
Gardiner, W., 6 Shore 
Laing, J., Annfield 
Scott & Graham, (The Mart) 
Smith, A. IC. 21 St Vigean.s-rd 
Whitton, W., Dishland Hill 
Yeamans, A., 1 Cross Mill-wynd 

Piinters. 
Brodie & Salmond, Herald Office 
Buncle, Tliomas, & Co., Market-place 
Hood, J. F., & Son, 94 High-st 
Johnson, G., Hill-st 
Lownie, Alex., 200 High-st 

Public-houses, Inns, and Taverns. 
Adam, James, Crown Inn 
Barnett, D. IX, 3 Millgate Loan 
Beattie, J. T. D., Burns Bar, Lordburn 
Black, G. K. F., Oriental Bar 
Bruce, Wm. Reid, George Bar 
Butterfield, Mrs, 1 Cairnie-st 
Cowan, W., Ship Inn, 19 Marketgate 
Davidson, T. B., 2 Howard-st 
Dinnie, D., Bell Rock Tavern, 49 W Grimsby 
Ferriei'.Mrs D.L., Shakespeare Bar, 187 High-st 
Gould, Robt. K., Newgate Inn, 2 W Newgate 
Grant, N. C, The Vaults, Kirk-square 
Gray, Robert, Victoria Inn, 15 Catherine-st 
Hart, William A., The Vine, 22 Keptie-st 
Hastings, W. H., Foundry Inn 
Hovells, William, Corn Exchange 
Hutchison, S., jun., Royal Oak, Guthrie-port 
Lisk, Andrew, Central Bar, Brotliock-brid"e 
Lyall, David O, National Bar, 266 High-st 
M 'Inlay, John G (porter and ale), Brewery 
M'Lean, J., Red Lion Bar, 2 and 4 Barngreen 
M'Lean, W., Lochland Bar 
Murray, A. W., Lome Bar, 17 Commerce-st 
Napier, Jos., jun., The Thistle, 158 High-st 
Patterson, James, 20 Millgate 
Pirie, J. O, Tutties Nook, Gayheld 
Rae, Alex., Panmure Arms, 12 Panmure-st 
Ross, Wm., St Thomas, Tower Nook 
Ross, Mrs Robert L., 16 Robert Street 
Smitli, A. S. (porter and ale) W Newgate 
Scott, Thomas, Lochnagar Bar 
Smyth, J. Neil, Plough & Harrow, Fisheracre 
Stewart, Robt., Marine Arms, Ladybridge-st 
Stuart, James, 13 Old Shore Head 
Whyte, J. ))., Alma Inn, 37 Panmure-st 
Whyte, D. W., The Stag, 5 and 7 West Port 
Wilson, Wm., 15 Ladyloau 
Wishart,Mrs H. L>., Abbey Inn, 5 Ponderlaw-st 

Refreshment Rooms. 
Beattie, Miss, 14 High-st 
Carnegie, Mrs, 19 Hamilton-green 
Carrie, Mrs, 7 W Grimsby 
Central Dining Rooms, 19Millgate— Miss Mann 
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ARBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



197 



Harper, J. W., 2 Guthrie-port 

Edmonds, J., Applegate 

Keiller, Jas., & Sons, Ltd, 114 High-st 

Millar, Mrs, 9 West-port 

Morton, P. D., 29 Market-place 

Porteous, Alex., 162 High-st 

Steeple Restaurant, 140 High-st— Mrs Potter 

Victoria Cafe", 30 Millgate— Misses Mollison 

Saddlers and Harness Malcers. 
Mathers, David, & Sons, 80 High-st 
Watt, Thos., 155 High-st 

Saibnahers. 
Gray, Charles, North Grimsby 
Hayes & Son, Shipbuilding-yard 
Keith, George, E. Grimsby 

Sawmillers and Wood Merchants. 

Arbroath Sawmill Co., West Shore 
Parquhar, R. C, 4 Hill-place 
Kydd, James, & Sons, 6 E Mary-st 
Rew, James, 73 Keptie-street 
Robertson, Jas. & Son, 24 Millgate 
Sievwright, J. & R. W., Lordburn 
Simpson, James, St Mary-st. 

Seedsmen. . 
Cuthbert & Co., 8-12 Commerce-st 
Fyfe, W. & H., 15 Millgate 
Hovell, G., Bellevue Gardens 
Menzies, A., 256 High-st 
Rathjen, S., 232 High-st and 24 Millgate 
Scott <fe Graham, Mart, Park-st 
Smith & Sons, 12-t High-st 
8mith, James, 37 West Port 
Strachan, W., 185 High-st 
Thomson, James A., 118 High-st 

Serva?^ Registry Offices. 
Bell, Mrs, 31 Lordburn 
Christie, Mrs, 96 High-st 
Grant, J. & C, 33 West-port 
Johnston's Emporium, 31 to 37 Commerce-st 
Milne, Miss M., 38 Guthrie-port 
Laing, Miss, 21 Dishland-st 

Ship Brokers. 
Baillie, J. & W. S., 61 Ladybridge-st 
Cargill, Win., 34 Jamieson-st 
Edward, A. S., Shore Dues Office 
Mitchell, James, & Sons, 9 Shore 
Muir, Thos., Son, & Patton, Ltd. 
Nicol, D. & J., Ladybridge-st . 
Paterson, J. A., 1 Shore 
Renny, Samuel, 1 Shore 
Smith, Hood & Co., Keptie-st 

Solicitors. 
Those marked n are also Notary Public. 
nAlexander, W. H., 02 High-st 
Anderson, A. C. (A. D. & A. C. Anderson), 

27 Market-place 
Chapel, Wm. (D. & W. Chapel), 79 High-st 
wClark, J. R. W. (Clark & Oliver), Brothock-bk 
nDalgarno, George G., 1 Hill-st 
Dewar, J. C. (Dewar & Webster), High-street 
Gibb, A., 93 High-st (Neill & Gibb) 
jiLittlejohn, David (Webster & Littlejohn), 
33 Commerce-st 



Lorimer, H. (Reid, Lorimer & Moon), 25 

Marketplace 
nM'Bain, Norman, 15 Hill-st 
nMacdonald, W. K. (J. & W. Macdonald), 

Town House 
wMacdonald, F. F. do., do., 

Mackay, Norman Scott, 14 West-port 
iiMackintosh, Jas. (W. & J. Mackintosh), 107 

High-st 
Moon, Frederick., (Reid, Lorimer & Moon) 

Marketplace 
Neill, H. V. (Neill & Gibb), 93 High-st 
Oliver, A., S.S.C. (Clark & Oliver), Brothock-bk 
Ritchie, E. J., Hill-st 
jiRobertson, Wm., 110 High-st 
Sandeman, D. D., jun., 100 High-st 
Smith, R. S., 22 Commerce-st 
Webster, John (Dewar & Webster), High-st 

Slaters. 
Brand, William & Son, 30 Dishland-st 
Mitchell, J. & Son, 20 Panmure-st 

Tailors and Outfitters. 
Adamson, A. K., 9 Keptie-st 
Anderson & Hewit, 12rf High-st 
Duthie, G., 47 Hill-st 

Equitable Co-Operative Society, Guthrie-port 
Finlayson, David, 20 Dishlandtown-st 
Gray & Co., Barngreen 
Guild, A., 152 High-st 
High Street Co-op. Society, 251 High-st 
Matthew, M. & Son, 226 High-st 
Mann, W. & Sons, 42 Dishland-st 
Myles, C. Y., 21 James-st and 112 High-st 
Myles, W. , 41 Millgate-loan 
Peter, James, 24 Commerce-st 
Selby, F. & J., 123 High-st 
Strachan, A. & Son, 181 High-st 
Strachan, Robert & Sous, 58 High-st 
Thomson, Alexander, Kirk-square 
Thomson, David, 100 High-st 
Thoniton, David, & Son, 261 High-st 
West Port Association (Limited) 22 West-por* 

Tea Merchants. 
Brown, R., Keptie-st 
Buttercup Dairv, Keptie-st and High-st 
Cooper & Co., 211 High-st 
Doig, Jas., 73 Guthrie-port 
Dorward, Geo., & Co. (wholesale), 2 Bank-st 
Dorward, J. M., & Son (it;), 67 Guthrie-port 
Davidson, J., IS Brothock-bridge 
Lipton, Ltd., 16 Keptie-st 
Maypole Tea Coy., 171 High-st 
Robertson's Stores, 25 West-port 
Russell, Jas. C, 232 High-st 
Shepherds Dairies, 21 West-port 
Strachan, Wallace, & Whyte (w), Towemook 
Winton, A. B., 44 High-st 

Tobacconists. 

Beatt, Andrew, 19 Keptie-st 
Booth, Wm., 109 High-st 
Carnegie, W., Commerce-st 
Cuthill, R., 58 Keptie-st 
Davidson, John, 142 High-st 
Forbes, Jas., 18 Commerce-st 
Gowans, P., 65 Marketgate 



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199 



Kirk, James, 13 West-port 
Leslie, W., 277 High-st 
M'Wattie & Sons (w) 20 Commerce-st 
Martin, John B., 46 Keptie-st 
Paton, P., 14 Brothoek-bridge 
Pyott, J., 254 High-st 
Ramsay, Miss, 192 High-st 
Buxton, Mrs, 26 Millgate 
Stewart, Wm., Commerce-st 

Umbrella Makers. 
Adamson, A. K., 9 Keptie-st 
Guild, A., 152 High-st 
Macdonald, D. R. — Corner West-port, and 23 

Commerce-st 
Moffat, Jos., 32 Keptie-st 
Soutar, Jas., Ltd., 104 High-street 

Waste Merchants. 
Buick, Albert, 11 N. Grimsby 
Kelly, James, W Grimsby 
Greig, John F, & Son, 50 E. Abbey-st 
Sandeman, David D., Lillies-wynd 
Wallace, A. <fc Son, 14 Panmure-st 

Watchmakers and Jewellers. 
Anderson, J. T., 236 High-st 
Anderson, John, 6 Keptie-st 
Eddie, J., 105 High-st 
Geddes, N. Leslie, 189 High-st 
High, Wm., 222 High-st 
Meffan, John M., 33 Millgate 
Pirie, D., 262 High-st 
Smart, D., 4 West-port 

Wine & Spirit Merchants ( Wholesale.) 
Doig, James, 73 Guthrie-port 
Dorward, Geo., & Co., 2 and 4 Bank-st 
Grant, Norman C, Kirk-square 
Strachan, Wallace, & Whyte, Towernook 



Wood Turners- 
Arbroatli Sawmill Co. 

Wool Repositories. 
Carnegie, J. C.j 159 High-st 
Cruickshank, J. S., 25 Hamilton-green 
Grant, J. & C, 33 West-port 
Milne, M., 3S Guthrie-port 
Scotch Wool and Hosiery Co., 147 High-st 
Terras, Mrs, 141 High-st 
Thomson, Mrs., Helen-st 

Miscellaneous. 
Billiard Saloons — Keptie-st and Millgate 
Cooper — J. Whitton, 6 Allan-st 
Cork Maker— R. S. Smith & Co., 53 Marketgate 
Cutlers — Stewart, Thos. E., Bridge-st 

John Robinson, 27 Guthrie-port 
Engraver— G. H. Thomson, 31 Hamilton-gu 
Pie Shops — J. Alexander, Keptie-st ; W. B. 

Craig, 58 Guthrie-pt 

Potato Chip Shops — Dora & Co., Applegate, 

Bridge-st, and 45 High-st ; Zaecarini, 44 

Guthrie-port and Ladybridge ; Brettesani, 

J., Lochland-st ; Primero, B., Dishland-st 

Reed and Camb Maker — Joseph Ramsay, 

Lindsay-st 
Salt Merchant— Charles Skae, Dickfield-st. 

Ruxton, Jas., 1 Shore 
Saw Trimmers — T. Stewart, Bridge-st 

John Robinson, 27 Guthrie-pt 
J. B. Chisholm, SO Keptie-st 
Sewing Machine Makers and Dealers — Singer 
Machine Manufacturing Co., 191 High-st 
Shorthand Teacher— A. Stuart, 175 High-st 
Timber Merchants — Arbroath Sawmill Co. 
Tar Distillers — William Briggs & Sons, Ltd. 

Gas Corporation, Ponderlaw-st 
Tobacco Manufacturers — J. M'Wattie & Sons, 

20 Commerce-st 
■Veterinary Surgeon — A. Wallace, 40 Hill-st 



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DISTRICT DIRECTORY. 



POPULATION OF THE COUNTY. 
Forfar County (Census, 1911)— Total Population, 281,419. 

COUNTY OFFICIALS. 

Sheriff of Forfarshire — James Ferguson, M.A., K.C., 10 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh. 
Sheriff Substitutes — Alex. Taylor, Arbroath and Forfar ; Edward William Neish, 

Dundee. Sheriff Clerk — Christopher J. Bisset, Dundee. 
Medical Officer of Health— Dr N. Sinclair, Forfar. 
Chief Constable— Robert T. Birnie, Forfar. 
Procurator-Fiscals — W. F. Mackintosh, Dundee; and Thos. Hart, Forfar. 

COUNTY COUNCIL OF FORFARSHIRE. 

Convener of the County— The Earl of Camperdown. Medical Health Officer— 
Dr N. J. Sinclair, Forfar. Sanitary Inspector — Mr John Anderson, Montrose. 
Inspector of Weights and Measures— James Milne, Forfar. Chairman of Com- 
missioners of Supply— W. T. J. S. Steuart Fothringham. Chairman of Arbroath 
District Committee — Alex. Lyell of Gardyne. County Clerk — R. Freer Myles. 
County Treasurer — D. J. Carnegy, Forfar. Assessor — D. J. Carnegy. Sanitary 
Inspector — John Anderson, C.E., Montrose. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT— Sheriff Court House. 

Court Diet first Monday of each month. Justices resident in Arbroath District — 
The Earl of Northesk ; the Earl of Dalhousie ; Col. Ouchterlony, the Guynd ; 
Hon. F. J. Bruce of Seaton; A. Balfour of Inchock; Claud C. Strachan Car- 
negie of Tarrie; J. H. A. Peebles Chaplin, Colliston; D. L. Dickson of Wood- 
ville; A. R. Duncan of Parkhill ; W. K. Macdonald, W. Chapel, C. Corsar, H. 
Corsar, Dr J. A. Dewar, D. W. Fairweather, J. Fraser, P. Fraser, C. Grant, A. D. 
Lowson, F. F. Macdonald, John Milne, George Reid, Samuel Renny, W. J. 
Rollo, Sir Francis Webster, David W. Webster, W. W. Webster (Denley), 
W. Webster (Bellevue), John Wilson, James R. Aitken, William 
Alexander, Norman M'Bain, Rev. J. Murray, Dr Laing, Jas. Jack, Jas. Hood, 
James Law, Arbroath; A. Duncan, Maulesbank ; J. P. Morison, C. Ferrier, 
James Wright, D. C. Rutherford Lindsay-Carnegie, of Kinblethmont ; J. M. 
Gray, D. J. Henderson, J. Robertson (Dalhousie Estate Office), D. Ramsay, D. 
Scroggie, A. Simpson, G. Winter, W. F. Soutar, Robert Taylor, James Hen- 
derson, George Carnegie, Carnoustie ; David Anderson, Woodhill ; 
D. D. Beaton, Friockheim; W. Binnie, Carmyllie; J. Buyers, Friockheim; 
R. J. Donaldson, Newton; W. K. Esplin, Leysmill ; James Fairlie, 
Easter Bonhard ; D. Maxwell, Panlathy Mill ; R. Greig, Ironshill, Inver- 
keilor; J. A. Jarron, Arbikie, Lunan ; James Kydd, Scryne, Panbride; D. 
Muckart, St Vigeans ; William Rettie, Cononsyth, Carmyllie; George M. Robert- 
son, Millfteld ; Charles S. Salmond, Legaston, Friockheim; J. Addison Scott, 
Newton of Arbirlot ; W. Weighton, Grange of Barry ; J. Barr, East Seaton ; A. A. 
Lawson, Newton of Boysack, and Rev. A. J. Campbell, Barry. The Sheriff and his 
substitutes, the Provost and Magistrates of Arbroath, the Provost of Carnoustie, 
and the Chairman of Arbroath District Committee, and the Chairmen of the 
Parish Councils in the Arbroath district, for the time being, are also Justices 
of the Peace. Clerk— Edward Cowan, Royal Bank Building, Dundee; Arbroath 
Depute-Clerk— David Littlejohn. Fiscal— G. G. Dalgarno, Arbroath. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION COMMITTEE FOR FORFARSHIRE. 

{excluding Dundee) appointed under Minute of the Department, dated July 24, 1911. 

Appointed by Arbroath School Board — David Littlejohn, solicitor; William 
Alexander, and David Thornton, jun., " Dalhousie Place, Brechin School 
Board— Rev. A. D. Tait Hutchison, Brechin; Rev. H. C. Cargill, Brechin. 
Broughty School Board — J. R. Christie, manufacturer, Broughty Ferry; James 
Fleming, Briarlea, Taymouth PL, Broughty Ferry. Forfar School Board — C. 
M'NicolI, solicitor, Forfar; Dr J. A. Lowson, Kirkton, Forfar. Montrose School 
Board — Rev. William Taylor, Montrose; George Gardyne Milne, corn mer- 
chant, Montrose. Kirriemuir School Board — James S. Bruce, James Wilkie, 
Kirriemuir. Elected by Chairmen of School Boards of Dundee District — Rev. 



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Principal Streets and Bye-Ways of this Popular Seaside Burgh, but 
is conducted to all the Places of Interest in the Vicinity. The Guide 
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ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 203 

R. Spenser Ritchie, Mains and Strathmartine ; by Chairmen of School Boards 
in Forfar District — J. A. Carnegie, solicitor, Kirriemuir; by Chairman of School 
Boards in Brechin District — Rev. T. C. Sturrock, Edzell ; by Chairmen of 
School Boards in Arbroath District — Rev. Alex. Mills, M.A., Colliston, and 
Alex. Lyell of Gardyne, Montrose. Nominated by the County Council — 
Arbroath District — D. D. Beaton, Friockheim; Brechin District — William 
Smith, Balzeordie, Brechin ; Dundee District — A. F. Durkie, Mill of Mains, by 
Dundee; Forfar District — D. M. Graham of Pitreuchie; 5th member, Jas. Kydd, 
Scryne, Carnoustie; by the Town Council of Forfar — Provost J. Moffat, Forfar; 
by the Town Council of Brechin — D. Fleming, 1 Dalhousie Street, Brechin; by the 
Town Council of Montrose — Alexander James Murray, Arbroath. Scotch Edu- 
cation Department's Assessors — J. MacPherson Wattie, H.M.C.I.S., Aberdeen; 
George Andrew, H.M.I.S., Broughty Ferry; and C. H. Rankine, H.M.I.S., 
Aberdeen. Clerk and Treasurer— R. Freer Myles, M.A., LL.B., National Bank 
Buildings, Forfar. 

COUNTY LICENSING COMMITTEE. 

W. Shaw Adamson of Careston, Brechin; Alex. Balfour of Inchock, Arbroath; D. 
M. Graham of Pitreuchie, Forfar; William Smith, Balzeordie, Brechin; 
Provost Ogilvy, Kirriemuir ; David Wilkie, Kirriemuir ; George Robertson, 
Millneld, Arbroath; P. G. Duncan, Memus, Kirriemuir; Provost George Car- 
negie, Carnoustie ; William Nicoll, East and West Carsebank, Forfar ; Provost 
James Fenton, Monifieth ; John Barr, East Seaton, Arbroath. Clerk — Edward 
Cowan, solicitor, Dundee. 

ARBROATH DISTRICT COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY COUNCIL 
OF FORFARSHIRE. 

Electoral Divisions — Lunan, Alex. Balfour of Inchock ; Inverkeilor, George Rodger, 
Waulkmills ; Friockheim, D. D. Beaton; Guthrie and Kirkden, A. Lyell 
of Gardyne; Carmyllie, William Binnie, Crofts; Arbroath, George M'Laren 
Robertson, Millneld ; St Vigeans, John Barr, East Seaton ; Arbirlot, D. A. 
M'Corquodale, Carnoustie; Barry and Panbride, James Kydd, East Scryne; 
Carnoustie (West), Wm. F. Soutar, Annfield, Carnoustie; Carnoustie (East), 
F. H. Maconachie, Carnoustie. 

Parish Council Representatives — Arbirlot — John Harris, Crudie, Arbirlot ; Arbroath 
and St Vigeans (Landward), Thomas Howie, Beechwood ; Barry, John H. Pat- 
tullo, farmer, Pitskelly, Carnoustie ; Carmyllie, (Vacant) ; Guthrie, 
William Rennie, Home Farm, Guthrie ; Inverkeilor, Thomas Meikle, 
Boghead; Kirkden, James D. Scott, Ascurry ; Lunan, Major 
Hew F. Blair Imrie of Lunan, Montrose; Panbride, Thomas Bell, V.S., Muir- 
drum. Clerk and Treasurer — W. K. Macdonald. Road Surveyor — James 
Hunter, Timbergreens. Sanitary Inspector — John Anderson, C.E., Montrose. 
Assistant Sanitary Inspector — Robert Just, 37 Jamieson Street, Arbroath. 
Medical Officer — Dr Norman J. Sinclair, Forfar. 

ANGUS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. 

Secretary— James M. Fairlie, Eagle Buildings, Dundee. 

SOUTH KSK FISHERY BOARD. 
W. D. Johnston, Montrose (chairman); Captain Blair-Imrie of Lunan; the Earl 
of Dalhousie; the Earl of Southesk ; Colonel Greenhill-Gardyne of' Finavon • 
Captain Neish, Tannadice House; Captain Stansfeld, Dunninald Castle. ' 

THE ROYAL ASYLUM OF MONTROSE. 
The Right Hon. Earl of Southesk; the Right Hon. Earl of Dalhousie- the Right 
Hon. Baron Clinton ; Sir John Robert Gladstone, Bart., of Fasque; Captain 
John Stansfeld of Dunninald ; Alexander R. Duncan of Parkhill ; Patrick Dick- 
son of Barnhill; William Shaw Adamson of Careston; Captain Colin G. Neish 
of Tannadyce; Captain Hew Blair Imrie of Lunan; Colonel Henry Renny 
Tailyour of Borrowneld ; Rev. James Niblock Stuart, Montrose; Rev Hugh 
Callan, Montrose; Rev. James A. George, Montrose; Rev. Robert Davidson St 
Cyrus; Rev. William Taylor, Montrose; Rev. John D. M'Lean, Maryton • Rev 
Peter Smith Bisset, Craig; Rev. John Nicoll, Benholm; Rev. Walter P.' Cox, 
Lunan; James M. Ross, William D. Johnston, John R. Mitchell, Alex. Muirden,' 
D. S. Campbell, James R. Findlay, Henry Ross, Robert J. Muir, James Mitchell' 
James Macaulay, Devid Smith, John F. Meldrum, William F. Melvin, George 



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ARBROATH YEAR BOOR. 205 

Boyek, Joseph Galloway, John B. Alexander, William A. Key, Joseph 
Foreman, David Nairn, Valentine Stone, W. Douglas Johnston, jun., 
John Strong, and Alexander Thomson, Montrose; Provost of Montrose, First 
and Second Bailies of Montrose; Nine Male Inhabitants of the Burgh and 
Parish of Montrose ; Two Commissioners of Supply in the County of Forfar ; 
One Commissioner of Supply in the County of Kincardine; from Forfar and 
Ki.icardineshire District Lunacy Board — D. Wilkie (Kirriemuir), Provost Ruther- 
ford Thomson (Arbroath), W. Weir (Hillside), E. G. Gibb (Johnshaven), from Ar- 
broath and St Vigeans Parish Council — Rev. J. Murray, Arbroath; from Montrose 
and Brechin Parish Councils — David Duke, manufacturer, Brechin; from Moni- 
fieth, Barry, and Panbride Parish Councils — (Vacant) ; from Forfar and Kirrie- 
muir Parish Councils — Andrew Peffers, accountant, Forfar ; from Forfar and 
Brechin District Parish Councils — William Nicoll, Carsebank, Forfar; from 
Dundee and Arbroath District Parish Councils — Thomas Meikle, Boghead, 
Inverkeilor ; from Kincardineshire Parish Councils — James B. Greig, banker, 
Laurencekirk, and Alex. Milne, factor, Woodbine, Stonehaven. 



Directory for Carnoustie, Panbride & Barry. 



POPULATION OF CARNOUSTIE. &c. 

Burgh of Carnoustie Constituency — Parliamentary, 1033; Municipal, 1037 Males, 
549 females — total, 1586. County Council — 1015 males, 541 females — total, 1556. 
Population of Burgh (Census 1911), 2346 males, 3012 females— total, 5358. Parish 
of Barry (Census 1911), 4933. Parish of Panbride (Census 1911), 1805. 

THE TOWN COUNCIL OF CARNOUSTIE. 

The Council is the Local Authority under the Public Health Act for the Burgh. 
Provost — George Carnegie. Senior Bailie — Charles Ferrier. Junior Bailie — 
Robert Balla. Councillors — Alexander Cant, James Nicoll, A. Balfour Walker, 
Wm. Bradburn, Lewis S. Boath, and Fred. Davies. Town Clerk — D. O. Young'. 
Collector and Treasurer— Hugh Hanton. Officer of Health— Dr Charles Stewart 
Hunter, D.P.H. Sanitary Inspector, Burgh and Road Surveyor, and Inspector 
of Cleansing — David Maxwell. Gas Manager — James Wynne. Burgh Prosecutor 
— David Kidd. 

Committee's. — Each Committee consists of all the members of the Council. Con- 
veners : — Streets — Councillor Walker. Sanitary — Bailie Balla. Lighting — 
Provost Carnegie.. Recreation — Councillor Cant. Finance — Bailie Ferrier. 
Gas — Councillor Nicoll. Refresentatives to Golf Course Committee — Provost 
Carnegie, and Councillors Cant, Nicoll, and Walker. Local Pension Committee 
—All the members of the Council ; Chairman — Provost Carnegie. ■ 

POLICE COURT. 

Held in the Burgh Chambers when necessary. Judges — Provost Carnegie, Bailies 
Ferrier and Balla. Clerk and Assessor— D. O. Young. Burgh Prosecutor- 
David Kidd, Rowan Cottage. 

CARNOUSTIE POST OFFICE. 
Postmaster — J. P. M. Lowson. Open week days for sale of stamps from 8 a.m. to 
8 p.m. ; Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m. ; telegraph business from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ; sale 
and payment of postal orders, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ; savings bank, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
Despatches — 7 and 10.10 a.m.; and 1.15, 3.20, 5.20, 7.30 and 8 p.m.; Sun- 
days, 11 a.m. Deliveries — 7.45 a.m., 12 noon, and 6.15 p.m.; Sunday, to 
callers, at 12.30 p.m. Telephone calL office,. High Street. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE IN CARNOUSTIE. 
D. A. M'Corquodale, W. F. Soutar, D. J. Henderson, David Ramsay, John P. 
Morison, David Scroggie, James M. Gray, George- Winter,. John Melville, C. 
Ferrier, A. B. Walker, John Robertson, Alexander Simpson, Robert Taylor, 
George Carnegie, David Anderson. 

MORTIFICATIONS. 

Mrs Mitchell's Charity, 1901.— In 1901 Mrs Mary Sandeman or Mitchell, Douglas- 
leigh, Carnoustie, bequeathed to Trustees a sum of .£500, and directed that 
the free income or proceeds thereof should be expended annually at Christmas 



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in the purchase of coals to be divided among the poor of Carnoustie at the 
discretion of the Trustees of the Fund which she desired might be designated 
"Mrs Mitchell's Charity." Trustees — The Parish Ministers of Carnoustie and 
Barry, the U.F. Minister of Panbride, and the Town Clerk of Carnoustie. 
Mrs Helen Hogg or Kydd's Bequest— -In 1910, Mrs Helen Hogg or Kydd, Oak 
Villa, Carnoustie, bequeathed to the Town Council ^135, and directed that the 
free income derived therefrom should be applied in purchasing coals to be 
distributed among the industrious poor of Carnoustie and Newton of Panbride 
who are non-recipients of parochial relief. 

CARNOUSTIE PARISH CHURCH. 

Minister — Rev. A. R. Gibson. Session-Clerk — Rev. A. R. Gibson. Trustees' Clerk 
— F. Watson. Superintendent of Sabbath School — E. W. Mathewson. Sabbath 
School Membership — 275. Organist — Ihomas Lindsay. Church Membership — 
892. Church-Officer — Peter Bisset, Yeaman Street. 

ST STEPHEN'S UNITED FREE CHURCH— Services at 11.15 a.m. and 

6.15 p.m. 

Minister — Rev. James Philip, Manse. Session-Clerk — Rev. James Philip. Deacons' 
Court Clerk — George Lowson, Hillview. Congregational Treasurer — George 

Lowson. Superintendent of Sabbath School — William Low, 3 Inchcape View. 
Foreign Mission Treasurer — Alexander Boyle, Collier Street. Central Fund 
Treasurer — Wm. Balfour, 1 Salisbury Terrace. Sabbath School Library — Wm. 
Nicoll. Sabbath School Secretary and Treasurer — Wm. Low. Organist 

and Choirmaster — H. R. Stark. Church-Officer — Thomas Barnet, 2 Balfour 

Place. Membership — 435. 

ERSKINE UNITED FREE CHURCH— Services at 11.15 a.m. and 6.15 p.m. 

Minister — Rev. John F, Dempster, Session-Clerk — David B, Gibb, Congregational 
Clerk — Norman Craig. Congregational Treasurer — James B. Cunningham. Con- 
gregational Preses — Ex-Provost D. Ramsay. Organist — Wm. Harris. Superin- 
tendent of Sabbath School — John Martin. Secretary and Treasurer — Robert 
Thomson. Membership — 330. Church-Officer — James Murray, Olive Cottage, 
Barry Road. Missionary Society — President, Rev. John F. Dempster; secre- 
tary, John Martin; treasurer, George Hall. Bible Class Secretary and Trea- 
surer — Walter Carnegie. The Women's Guild — President, Mrs Dempster; 
vice-presidents, Mrs Boyle and Miss Owen; secretary, Miss Smith, Terrace 
Road; treasurer, Mrs R. Thomson. 

CHURCH OF THE HOLY ROOD— Services at 8 a.m.. 11.15 a.m., 6.15 p.m 
Rector — Rev. J. B. Jobberns, M.A. Churchwardens — G. Aikenhead and J. Robb. 
Lay Elector — J. M. Gray. Lay Representative — R. P. Blakelock. Treasurer — 
George F. Ronald. Souls — 430. Communicants — 170. Sunday Services — Holy Com- 
munion, 8 a.m.; morning prayer, 11.15 a.m.; evening prayer, 6.15 p.m. Daily 
Services — 10 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 
ORIGINAL SECESSION CHURCH (Kinloch Street)— Services at 11.15 a.m 

and 2.15 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. James Patrick (ordained 1868). Clerk of Session — Rev. James Pat- 
rick. Clerk of Deacons' Court — Alex. Gray. Clerk of Congregation — Alex. T. 
Nairn. Congregational Treasurer — Jas. M. Nairn. Church-Officer — Alex. Gray. 
Superintendent of Sabbath School — Rev. James Patrick. Prayer Meeting on 
Tuesday evenings at 7.30. Sabbath School — Sabbath afternoon at 3.30. The 
ordinance of the Lord's Supper is dispensed on the first Sabbath of May and 
the first Sabbath of November. Membership — 40. 

CARNOUSTIE AUXILIARY OF NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY 

President — D. A. M'Corquodale. Vice-President — Rev. James Philip. Secretary 
and Treasurer — Rev. James Patrick. Committee — Messrs George Winter, David 
Anderson, J. M. Gray, J. Nicoll, Greenbank, Barry; Rev. George Soutar, and 
J. Robertson, Panmure Bank. 

CARNOUSTIE, BARRY, AND PANBRIDE TRACT SOCIETY 

President — Rev. James Philip. Secretary and Treasurer — Rev. James Patrick. 

Committee — Rev. Messrs Campbell, Jobberns, and Soutar, with Messrs George 

Simpson and Alexander T. Nairn. Tract Distributors, 30. 

CARNOUSTIE MUSICAL SOCIETY— Institute,! 1909. 
Hon. President — W. F. Soutar, Annfield. Secretary — Tom Brown, 3 Balfour Place. 

Assistant Secretary — A. J. B. Ramsay, Thorne Cottage. Treasurer — W. D. 

Soutar, Annfield. Pianist — Miss Hunter, Theydon. Conductor — Tom Adamson 

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YEARLY BENEFIT SOCIETIES. 

Carnoustie Male and Female Yearly Society. Meets in Panmure Institute. Presi- 
dent — William Dargie. Secretary — David Black, 19 Panmure Street. Treasurer — 
James Brown. . Auditor — James Fotheringham. Annual meeting on the third 
Wednesday of September. 

Carnoustie, Barry, and Panbride Yearly Society. Meets in Free Church Hall, 
Carnoustie. Pesident — George Wallace. Vice-President — William Vannet. 

Secretary — Wm. M 'Arthur, Maule Street. Treasurer — Mr Stephenson, West 
Path. Auditor — James Cuthill, jun. Annual Meeting — 4th May. 

Carnoustie Union Yearly Society. Meets in Panmure Institute. President — 
Alex. Jamieson. Secretary — James Brown, 20 Panmure Street. Treasurer — 
David Black. Auditor — George Whyte. 

CARNOUSTIE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, Ltd., Dundee Street. 
Registered Office — Ferrier Street. Branch — Brown Street, Carnoustie. President — 
C. W. Millar. Vice-President — John Salmond. Treasurer — David Lyall. 
Minute Secretary — W. B. Crerar. Managing Secretary — Thomas B. Brodie. 

CARNOUSTIE EQUITABLE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY— Instituted 1885. 

Manager and Treasurer — Wm. S. Ogilvie. President — Wm. Millar. Vice- 
President — Henry Ogg. Secretary — Alexander Wood, 4 Rose Street. 
Half-yearly meetings — April and October. 

PLOUGHMEN'S SOCIETY— Carnoustie Branca. 
President— Robert Fyfe, Carnoustie. Vice-President— Peter Suttie, Carnoustie. 
Treasurer— John Ferguson, Craigmill. Secretary— Robert Gardner, b Tay 
Street, Carnoustie. Members of Committee — Robert Morrison, John Watson, 
John Lamont, John Watterson (Upper Victoria, Carnoustie), David Smart 
(.Dundee Street), R. Wood, Wm. Smith, John Lamb, James Gowans. Meets 
at Carnoustie every quarter. Annual Meeting — Second Saturday in August. 

CARNOUSTIE FELLOWSHIP ASSOCIATION— Instituted 1892. 
Hon. President— James Smieton. President— James Benzie. Secretary and Trea- 
surer— John Murray, Dundee Street. Sabbath Morning Fellowship Meeting at 
9.30. Place of Meeting— Panmure Works Institute. Gospel Meeting every 
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in Upper Room, Y.M.C.A. 

MOTHERS' UNION. 
Carnoustie — President — Mrs Soutar. Secretary — Mrs Thomson, Scotswood. 
Panbride— President— Mrs Collier. Secretary— Miss Ness. 
Sarry— President— Mrs Campbell, U.F. Manse. Secretary— Mrs Pattullo, Pitskelly. 

CARNOUSTIE Y.M.C.A.— Hall and Reading-Room, High Street. 
Hon. President — A. Simpson. President — F. Davies. Vice-Presidents — D. W. 
Auchterlonie and Rev. G. Soutar. Treasurer — A. Balfour Walker. Secretary — 
David R. Thow, Arbroath Road. Directors— D. A. M'Glashan, A. Calder, A. 
Duncan, T. Ness, D. J. Butchart, James Kitto, H. M'Donald, G. Simpson, and 
H. Chapman. Membership — 60. Thursday Prayer Meeting at 8. Sabbath 
Morning Fellowship Meeting at 10. Library open on Tuesdays and Fridays 
from 7 p.m. till 8.30 p.m. Number of Books in Library — 1100. Librarian — A. 
Calder. Haalkeeper — Mrs J. Stephen. 

Y.M.C.A. READING ROOM, High Street. 

Accommodates about 50. Large Library, well stocked with Books, Newspapers, 

Periodicals, &c. Book-giving-out Nights — Tuesdays and Fridays, 7 to 8.30. 

CARNOUSTIE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 
Meets in Recreation Room of Y.M.C.A. first Monday of every month at 8 o'clock. 
President— Mrs A. B. Walker, Ewartlea. 

CARNOUSTIE AND DISTRICT TEMPERANCE VIGILANCE 
ASSOCIATION. 
President — Alexander Simpson, Fern Bank. Vice-President — D. W. Auchterlonie, 
Panmure Bank. Treasurer — Charles Ferrier. Secretary— Rev. James Patrick. 
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CARNOUSTIE LADIES DORCAS AND WORK SOCIETY. 
President — Mrs A. B. Walker. Secretary and Treasurer — Miss K. Sutherland, 
Lochty Bank. Collectors — Miss Sutherland and Mrs A. C. Colquhoun. Com- 
mittee — Miss Lowe, Mrs A. C. Colquhoun, Mrs D. O. Young, Miss Archer, 
Miss M'Culloch, Mrs Wilson. 

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ASSOCIATION 
President — Mrs Gibson. Vice-President — Mrs Jobberns. Hon. Secretary — Miss Low, 

i Lochty Avenue, Carnoustie. - Hon Treasurer — J. P. Morison. Nurse — Miss 

Alexandra M'Culloch, Collingwood. 

HALLS. Accommodation. 

Drill Hall— P. Tosh, caretaker 150 

Panmure Works Institute Hall— F. Tosh, caretaker, 700 

Masonic Hall, Lochty Aver.ue — A. Henderson, caretaker, 70 to 100 

Y.M.C.A. Halls— Mrs Steven, caretaker, 250 and 600 

Good Templar Hall, ■ 120 

Pavilion, Park Avenue — A. Ruse, manager, 950 to 1000 

Established Church Hall— J. M'Arthur, caretaker, 600 

St Stephen's U.F. Church Hall— T. Barnett, caretaker, 250 

Holy Rood Church Hall— J. W. Christie, caretaker, 250 

Union Club-Rooms, 5 Park Avenue, , 150 

TEMPERANCE, MASONIC. AND OTHER LODGES. 

I.O.G.T. Carnoustie United Lodge (No. 630). — Meets in Good Templar Hall on 
Tuesday evenings at 8.15 o'clock. D.G.C.T. — James Ellis, 95 High Street. C.T.— 
William Whitton, Kinloch Street. Secretary — James Miilar, 89 Dundee Street. 
Membership — 35. 

Carnoustie's Hope Juvenile Lodge (No. 258). — Meets on same evening at 7 o'clock. 
Superintendent — Silvenia Ramsay, Thistle Street. Membership — 119. 

A.O.F. Court Dalhousie (No. 7036). — Male and Female — Meets every alternate Mon- 
day in Templar Hall, Dundee Street. Secretary — Robert Thomson, 4 Inch- 
cape View, Taymouth Street. Treasurer — Wm. W. Young, Rose Street. 

Abertay Lodge (No. 2160), Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds (Aston Unity). Meets 
in Good Templar Hall every alternate Monday. Treasurer — William Lawson. 
Secretary — VV. Jones, Dundee Street. 

Lodge Dalhousie (No. 679). — Meets in Masonic Hall, Lochty Street, on Tuesdays, 
fortnightly, at 8 p.m. R.W.M. — James Alexander, Dundee Street. Secretary — 
Geo. T. Kitto, Braefoot. Treasurer — Geo. Fox, Holyrood Street. 

THE CARNOUSTIE GOLF COURSE COMMITTEE. 

The Maintenance and Management of the Carnoustie Golf Courses is vested in a 
Committee known as " The Carnoustie Golf Course Committee," consisting of 
four members elected by the Town Council, two members elected by the Dal- 
housie Golf Club, two members elected by the Caledonia Golf Club, and two 
members elected by the Carnoustie Golf Club. Chairman — George Carnegie. 
Secretary and Treasurer — A. R. Crawford, Terrace Road. 

GOLE CLUBS. 

Dalhousie Club — Captain — Joseph Philip. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — D 
M'Grigor Fleming, 38 \vhitehall Street, Dundee. Spring Meeting — First Satur- 
day 'of May; Autumn Meeting — Third Saturday of September. Membership — 300. 

Carnoustie (Inst. 1824) — Captain — Wm. Duthie. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer- — 
George Davidson, Ruby Bank, Carnoustie. Annual meeting in February. 
Membership — 400. Club-house — Links. 

"New Taymouth" Golf Club — Captain — James Millar. Vice-Captain— Fred. Davies, 
jun. Secretary — John Maclagan. Treasurer — John Hamilton. Match Secretary 
James M. Nairn. Representative to Forfarshire Golfing Association — Griffith 
T. Davidson. Membership — 100. 

Caledonia Club — Captain — James P. Bruce. Secretary and Treasurer — Wm. Harris, 
jun., 112 Nethergate, Dundee. Club meetings in February, May, August, 
and November. Membership — 350. 

St Crispin Club — Captain — A. D. Crerar. Secretary and Treasurer — W. Keillor. 
Annual meeting in January. Membership — 60. 

Ladies' Golf Club, Affiliated to Ladies' Golf Union — Club-house — Links. President 
Mrs Scroggie. Vice-President — Miss F. Barry. Treasurer — Rev. J. Heggie. 
Secretaries— Mrs Kenneth Lawson, Gardenhurst, Philip Street; Miss Bella 
Wilson, Helenbank, Carnoustie. 



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CARNOUSTIE AND DISTRICT LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 

President — A. Simpson, Fern Bank. Secretary and Treasurer — David S. Boyle, 
Denbank. Members of Committee — 40. Annual Meeting — End of February. 

CARNOUSTIE & DISTRICT WOMEN'S LIBERAL ASSOCIATION 
Hon. Presidents — Mrs Falconer, Edinburgh; Mrs Campbell, Barry; Mrs Winter, 
Winterdyne ; Mrs Duncan, Maulesbank. President — Mrs D. J. Henderson, Fir- 
bank. Vice-Presidents— Mrs J. P. Bruce, Highneld; Mrs Nicoll, Burnside; 
Mrs Garland, Norwhin. Secretary — Miss A. R. Geekie, Beechlea. Treasurer — 
Miss M'Naughton, Ardenlea; and Executive of 10. 

BARRY & PANBRIDE WOMEN'S UNIONIST ASSOCIATION. 

Hon. President — The Countess of Strathmore. Hon. Vice-Presidents — Lady 
Constance Blackburn, Mrs Duncan of Balfour, Mrs L. Guthrie, Carnoustie 
House; Mrs Bowie, Brookfield, Carnoustie; Mrs Carnegie, Aviemore, Carnous- 
tie ; Mrs Morgan, Clifton Grange, Carnoustie ; Mrs Whitton, Balmachie, Car- 
noustie. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Watt, West Haven, Carnoustie. 
CARNOUSTIE PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. 

President — Andrew Heggie. Secretary — D. J. Henderson, Firbank. Council com- 
posed of above office-bearers and Messrs E. Edward, J. Graham, and W. F. 
Soutar. Club-Rooms — Terrace Road. Annual General Meeting — Second Monday 
in March. 

AMATEUR HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Patron — Hon. C. M. Ramsay. Honorary President — Ex-Provost Ramsay. Presi- 
dent — Ex-Bailie Simpson. Vice-President — H. P. Mudie. Hon. Treasurer 
— (Vacant). Hon. Auditor — Hugh Hanton. Secretary — James H. 
Stephenson, 20 West Path. Show about third Saturday of August. Annual 
General Meeting — First Friday in September. 

POULTRY AND PIGEON ASSOCIATION. 

President — George Norrie. Secretary and Treasurer — William R. Norrie, Craig 
Neuk, Taymouth Road. 

CARNOUSTIE BURNS CLUB. 

President— Ex-Provost Soutar. Vice-President— Robt. Cunningham. Hon. Secretary 
and Treasurer — P. W. Pichardson, Sycamore Villa, Carnoustie. Committee — 
J. Shiells, A. B. Hogg, and Innes Miller. 

PANMURE (SOCIAL)— Church Street, Carnoustie. 
President— David Ramsay, The Rowans. Secretary and Treasurer — A. R. Crawford, 
Terrace Road.. 

BOWLING CLUB. 
President — J. P. Bruce. Vice-President— F. H. Maconachie. Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer — H. Methven, Aboukir Lodge. Match Secretary — Frank Watson. 
Curator— Hugh Hanton. Greenkeeper — James Burness. Annual Meeting last 
Wednesday of March. Green open from May to September. 

PANMURE CURLING CLUB. 
President — William Ferrier. Secretary and Treasurer— John Robertson, Panmure 
Bank. Annual Meeting — September. 

LAWN TENNIS CLUB. 
President — J. F. Reid, Esq. Vice-Presidents — Provost Soutar, ex-Provost Walker, 
Alexander Duncan, Maulesbank, and R. C. Bowie. Secretary and Treasurer — 
Hugh Colquhoun, Mains of Panmure. Committee — Miss Scroggie, Miss E. 
Colquhouu, Miss Alexander, and Miss Madge Brown. Courts — Maulesbank. 

PANBRIDE PARISH CHURCH— Services at 11.15 a.m. (and in July and 
August 1.15 p.m.) S. Bride's Chapel— Serrices at 6.15 p.m. 

Minister— Rev. John Caesar. Session-Clerk — D. O. Young. Superintendent of Sab- 
bath School — Rev. John Caesar. Choirmaster — Andrew Simpson, Briar Cottage. 
Membership — 730. Church-Officer — James Brown, Panbride. 

PANBRIDE U.F. CHURCH— Services at 11.15 a.m. and 6.15 p.m. 
Minister— Rev. R. S. Maclauchlan. Congregational Treasurers— Alex. Duncan 

Maulesbank ; David Butchart, Roseneath. Sustentation Fund Treasurer A* 

Balfour Walker, Ewartlea, Carnoustie. Superintendent of Sabbath School— A. B 
Walker. Superintendent of Scryne Sabbath School— Charles Ferrier. Organist 
and Choirmaster— George Hogg, West Point. Church-Officer— John Murrav, 
William Street. Membership— 310. 



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PANBRIDE PARISH COUNCIL. 

Chairman — John Robertson; Rev. John Caesar, Rev. Robert S. Maclauchlan, Messrs 
Thos. Bell, George Aikenhead, John Martin, John R. Wilson, Frank Watson, 
and ex-Provost Ramsay. Clerk — A. C. M'Corquodale. Inspector of Poor, Col- 
lector of Rates and Registrar — J. P. Morison. Medical Officer — Dr J. Ewan 
Taylor. 

PANBRIDE LANDWARD COMMITTEE OF PARISH COUNCIL. 
Chairman — John Robertson; Rev. John Caesar, Rev. Robert's. M'Lauchlan, Messrs 
George Aikenhead, Thos. Bell, John Martin, and ex-Provost Ramsay. Clerk — 
A. C. M'Corquodale. Treasurer — James P. Morison. 

PANBRIDE SCHOOL BOARD. 
Chairman — Mrs Collier. Members — Rev. John Cassar, Rev. R. S. Maclauchlan, 

John Robertson, and William Oudney. Clerk and Treasurer — D. O. Young, 

Newington, Carnoustie. 

SCHOOLS. 
Carnoustie Public School — Headmaster — D. A. Christie. Accommodation — 925. 

Average Attendance — 491. On Roll — 547. 
Barry Public School — Headmaster — John Strachan, M.A. Roll — 185. Average 

Attendance— 168. 
Panbride Public School — Headmaster — J. C. Stuart, M.A. Roll — 140. Average 

Attendance — 122. Government Grant — £199. 
Muirdrum Public School— Teacher— Mrs Nicoll. Roll— 35. Average Attendance— 34 

Grant — £36 ns. 
Miss Dowell's Piivate School — Free Church Hall, Dundee Street. 

REGISTRARS. 
Barry — Hugh Hanton, Carnoustie. Panbride — J. P. Morison, Carnoustie. 

BARRY PARISH CHURCH. 
Minister — Rev. John Heggie. Superintendent of Sabbath School — Rev. John 
Heggie. Organist and Choir Conductor — John Graham, M.A. Membership — 
403. Church Officer — James Young, Barry. 

BARRY U.F. CHURCH— Service at 11.15 a.m.and 6:15 p.m. 
Minister— Rev. A. J. Campbell, M.A., V.D., J. P. Session-Clerk— J. F. Reid, Eden 
Cottage, Carnoustie. Clerk to Deacons' Court — David Nicoll, Greenbank, Barry. 
Superintendent of Sabbath School — Rev. A. J. Campbell, M.A. Organist — 
Miss Grace Ross, Carnoustie. Church-Officer — Joseph Bell, Barry Road, Car- 
noustie. Membership — 271. 

BARRY PARISH COUNCIL. 
Chairman — Alex. Simpson. Collector of Rates, Inspector of Poor, and Registrar — 
Hugh Hanton, High Street. Assessor — D. J. Carnegy, County Buildings, 
Forfar. Office Hours — 10 to 1, and 6 to 8. • Half-yearly Meetings — Second 
Tuesdays of February and August. 

BARRY SCHOOL BOARD. 
Chairman — Rev. John Heggie. Members — Rev. A. J. Campbell, Wm. Millar, D. 
A. M'Corquodale, Rev. J. B. Jobberns, D. S. Nicoll, and J. H. Pattullo. Clerk 
and Treasurer — David Kidd. Officer — James Duncan, Lochty Street, Carnoustie. 
Caretaker — Sergt.-Major John Martin, Drill Hall, Carnoustie. 

BARRY & PANBRIDE UNIONIST ORGANISATION. 
Chairman — W. F. Soutar. Secretary and Treasurer — A. C. M'Corquodale. 

BARRY AND PANBRIDE UNITED SAVINGS BANK. 
President — Rev. James Philip. Vice-President — Provost Soutar. Treasurer — A. 
Balfour Walker. Secretary — David Kidd, 9 Taymouth Street. Directors — 
Revs. John Caesar, John Heggie, A. J. Campbell, R. S. Maclauchlan, ex-Provost 
Winter, Mr John Robertson, Colonel Scroggie, Messrs D. O. Young, D. J. 
Henderson, Archibald Colquhoun, and James P. Bruce. Office — -Salisbury Place, 
next Post Office. Open on Monday and Thursday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. 

BARRY MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB— Ladies and Gentlemen. 
President — John Carnegie. Secretary and Treasurer — Rev. John Heggie, Barry 
Manse. Meets every Thursday evening in Barry Parish Church Hall. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE IN BARRY. 
D. Anderson, Woodhill ; W. Wighton, Grange of Barry; Rev. A. J. Campbell. 



216 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JAMES THOMSON, 

Family Bread, Biscuit, 




Pastry Baker. 



Country Orders Delivered by Our 
Own Vans Free. 



GARDYNE STREET, 

FRIOCKHEIM. 



Established 1859. 'Phone No. 23, Carnoustie. 

Carnoustie Co-Operative Association Ld. 

General Grocers, Bakers ; Drapers, Dressmakers, Tailors, and 
Clothiers ; Bedding & Floorcloth Factors ; Coal Merchants, 



CENTRAL PREMISES— 

Corner of DUNDEE STREET & FERRIER STREET 

BRANCH AND COAL DEPOT— 

BROWN STREET, CARNOUSTIE. 



Co-Operators are Invited to Call and Inspect our Stocks. All Goods 
are of the Best Quality, and our Prices will compare most favour- 
ably with any in the District. Bread Vans Call Daily. 



All Orders entrusted to us shall have our Prompt and Careful 
Attention. A TRIAL ORDER IS SOLICITED. 



CARNOUSTIE MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



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Carnoustie— List of Householders. 



PARISH 

Adamson, George, moulder, James-st 
Adamsou, N., factory worker, 150 Kinloch-st 
Adamson, Win., engineer, Thomas-st 
Affleck, William, factory-worker, Charles-st 
Alexander, C , cleekmaker, 63 High-st 
Alexander, D., leather-cutter, Golf-st 
Alexander, James, blacksmith, 72 Dundee-st 
Allardice, E., engineer, 115 Duudee-st 
Allison, James, fitter, 15 Taymouth-ter 
Anderson, Chas., shipmaster, Eudora, Rose-st 
Anderson, David O., vannian, 3 Fox-st 
Anderson, Win., railway-gatekeeper, Uolf-st 
Archer, James, shipmaster, The Anchorage 
Archer, John W., architect, Philip-st 
Archer, William, retired officer, 13 Philip-st 
Aubertin, Tims., secretary, Kinlin, Terrace-rd 
Baird, Robert, retired farmer, 4 Orchard-ter 
Balfour, Alex., labourer, 150 Dundee st 
Balfour, David, labourer, Burnside, Links 
Balfour, W., asst. gas mangr., 1 Salisbury-ter 
Balla, Robert, joiner, 19 Taymouth-ter 
Barnett, Thomas, gardener, 2 Balfour-pl 
Barrie, George, labourer, James-st 
Barry, William C, The Willows 
Barton, J. R., chemical worker, Thomas-st 
Bathie, George, labourer, James-st 
Bathie, James, factory-worker, S Kinloch-st 
Baxter, Chas. C, engineer, 32 Maule-st 
Baxter, David, patternmaker, 16 Taymouth-te 
Beaton, Jas., Mi'Ocer, 10S Dundee-st 
Beattie, G. T., water inspector, S3 High-st 
Bell, George, retired engineer, Ceres-pl 
Bell, George, vanman, 62 Barry-rd 
Bell, J., licensed grocer, Green Lane 
Bell, John, retired clerk, 1 Balfour-pl 
Bell, Joseph, foundry worker, Barry id 
Bell, R., clerk, 6 Graham-pl 
Bell. William, labourer, 31 Kinloch-st 
Benzie, 'James, clerk, 2 Archer Bank 
Binnie, Thos., labourer, 41 Kinloch-st 
Bisset, Alexander, shoemaker, 11 Barry-rd 
Bisset, David, dresser, 13S Kinloch-st 
Bisset, James, labourer, 7 Barry-rd 
Bisset, Peter, labourer, 33 Yeaman-st 
Black, Albert, mechanic, 6Kimberley-cottages 
Black, Alex., blacksmith, South Kinloch-st 
Black, Alex., mechanic, IS Barry-rd 
Blaekj David, cloth-inspector. 19 Panmure-st 
Black, Ernest A., Guthrie-st 
Black, John, golf clubmaker, 49 Millar-st 
Black, John, mason, 10 Graham-place 
Black, Robert, labourer', 7 Panmure-st 
Black, William, mason, Braefoot 
Black, William, butcher, 146 Dundee-st 
Black, William, mechanic, 1 Marylee-cots 
Blair, Robert, plasterer, Thomas-st 
Blakelock. Ralph P., merchant, 3 Maule-st 
Blyth, Alexander, late saw miller, 29 Millar-st 
Blyth, W. L., innkeeper, Camus-st 
Boath, Jas., farmer, Greenlawhill 
Bonar, John W., vanman, 36 yueen-st 
Bonner, S.. foundrywnrker, Kimberley-bdgs 
Bothwell, George, craneinan 2 Park-av 
Bowen, Edward, engineer, 61 Barry-rd 
Bowie, Robert C, farmer. Brooktield 



OF BARRY. 

Boyle, Alexander, joiner, Craiglea, Collier-st 
Boyle, Alex., School Board officer, 4 Lochty-st 
Boyle, Alexander, joiner, 4S Taymouth-st 
Boyle, James, mechanic, 36 Barry-rd 
Boyle, James, tailor, 73 High-st 
Boyle, John, ealenderer, 4 Panmure-st 
Boyle, John, painter, Airlie-pl 
Boyle, Richard, overseer, Leafdene, Barry-rd 
Boyle, Wm., mason, 19 Barry-rd 
Brand, Charles, baker, 25 Yeaman-st 
Brand, Charles, club-keeper, Links-parade 
Brand, David, slater, Bonella-st 
Brand, Peter, carrier, Burnside-st 
Brand, Vvm., slater, 35 Taymouth-st 
Bremner, James, tenter, 5S Panmure-ter 
Bremner, Peter, mechanic, 5 Graham-pl 
Bremner, R., retired joiner, Laburnum-house 
Bremner, Wm., factoryworker, 133 Kinloch-st 
Brisby, James, shoemaker, 21 Dundee-st 
Brodie, Albert, residenter, 106 Kinloch-st 
Brown, Jas., foreman-dresser, 20 Panmure-st 
Brown, J., factory-worker, 151 Kinloch-st 
Brown, Thos., bank-teller, Balfour-pl 
Brown, Wm., labourer, 162 Kinloch-st 
Brown, W. A., clicker, 39 Taymouth-st 
Bruce, D. W. Wilson, joiner, 2 Baxter-ter 
Bruce, Harry, irondresser, 5 Archer-bank 
Buik, Alex., printer, &c, 20 High-st 
Burness, James, gardener, 17 Lochty-st 
Burnett, D. , traveller, Lavender-villa 
Burnett, Geo., baker, 15 Kirkton-terrace 
Burns, James, carter, 17 Lochty-st 
Butchart, David, engineer, Ferrier-st 
Butchart, Edward W., grocer, Laurel-ter 
Butchart, Robert, labourer. Brown-st 
Cairncross, George, baker, 7 Kirkton-ter 
Cairnie, James, joiner, 33 Maule-st W 
Caithness. Alexander, fitter, 1 Balfour-pl 
Caithness, G., late gas manager, 122 High-st 
Calder, Allan, late banker, 3 Taymouth-st 
Campbell, David, labourer 9 Taymouth-ter 
Campbell, R., shepherd, Hillock of Lochend 
Cargill, Jas., butcher, 59 Queen-st 
Cargill, James, sailor, 87 High-street 
Carmichael, D., cleek-fin'h'r, 11 Taymouth-ter 
Carnegie, George, sculptor, 26 Philip-st 
Chalmers, John, labourer, Prairie-road 
Chaplin, Robt., warehouseman, 94 Kinloch-st 
Christie, Donald A., schoolmaster, Atholl-bk 
Christie, Jas., engineer, 35 Yeaman-st 
Christie, Jas., shoemaker, Barry-rd 
Christie, Jas., iron-planer, 31 Taymouth-ter 
Clark, Campbell, iron-planer, 9 Barry-rd 
Clark, John, blacksmith. 3 Fox-st 
Clark, John, Cuba-cottage 
Clark, Xorman, joiner, Brown-st 
Clark, Rob^ it, clerk, IS Dumiee-st 
Clarkson, Chas. F., gamedealer, Terrace-rd 
Cochrane, W. S., clerk, 34 Millar-st 
Cole, Huj-h, iron merchant, Carlsyde 
Coluuhoun, A. C, manager, Lochty bank 
Colville,- J., foundry-labourer, 135 Kinloch-st 
Coopar, Robert, tailor, 37 Queen-st 
Coultart, J., coachman, 135 Kinloch-st 
Contts, James, insurance-collector, Golf-st 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Ladies' & Gent's Tailor & Outfitter, 

HIGH STREET, CARNOUSTIE. 



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Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician, 

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CARNOUSTIE MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



219 



Cowan, W., innkeeper, Camus-st 
Cowie, David, blacksmith, 60 Panmnre-ter 
Cox, Arthur, plumber, Taymouth-st 
Crahbe, David I., watchmaker, 17 High-st 
Craighead. James, gardener, 53 Millar-st 
Cramond, Geo., mechanic, 9 Graham-pl 
Crawford, A. R., clerk, Terraoe-rd 
Ciawford, Chas., plumber, Braefoot 
Crerar, Alex Duncan, bootmaker, 11 High-st 
Crerar, William B., shoemaker, S4 Dundee-st 
Crichton, Albert, postman, 54 Dundee-st 
Crichton, John, shoemaker, 2 Balfour-bgs 
Croll, W., shoemaker, 6 uladstone-terrace 
Crowe, D. C, hairdresser, Garfield-pl 
Cunningham, James B., clerk, Camus-st 
Cunningham, T. B., confectioner, 86 Dundee-st 
Cunningham, W., baker. Braefoot 
Currie, W. G., warehouseman, Thistle-st 
Curtis, A. W., elubkeeper, Links-parade 
Cuthill, J., clerk, Glenogil-ter., Philip st 
Dalziel, Jas., shoemaker, 23 Queen-st 
Dargie, Wm , mechanic, Janetield, Kinloch-st. 
Davidson, George, clerk, Terrace-rd 
Davidson, Jas. S , joiner, Braefoot 
Davidson, Jas. W., painter. 20 Barry rd 
Davidson, John, miller, .Arlington-pl 
Davies, Frederick, collector, 1 Incheape-view 
Dear, D. R., vannian, 67 Dundee-st 
Dempster, Rev J. F.. Erskine U.F. Manse 
Deucliar, Jas., joiner, S Taymouth-ter 
Dewar, John, blacksmith, 2 Orchard-ter 
Dewars, James, labourer, Barry-ni 
Dewars, John, joiner, 45 Yeaman-st 
Dick, James B , grocer, IS Ireland-st 
Dickson, A., drapery salesman. 3 Balfour-pl 
Doig, Alexander, ironmoulder, Golf-st 
Doig, Jas., fireman, Woodbine-pl 
Donaldson, A.S., slau'terhousekpr,Thomas-st 
Dorward, Geo , shoemaker, 13 Millar-st 
Dorward, Wm., blacksmith, 12 Taymouth-ter 
Douglas, Jas. C., postman, 3 Buller-ter 
Duncan, Alex., boot merchant, Maulesbank 
Duncan, A. G., salesman, Seafield-rd 
Duncan, Chas., draper, Salisbury-pl 
Duncan, David, engineman, 3 Graham-pl 
Duncan, James, shoemaker, Lochtybank 
Duncan, James, joiner, Braefoot 
Duncan, James T., butcher, 10!) High-st 
Duncan, J., lapper, Ash-cot 
Duncan, Robert, baker, 4 Balfoui-pl 
Duncan, Thomas, butcher, 33 Ireland-st 
Duncan, William, joiner, Burnside-st 
Dunn, James, 7 Veaman-st 
Dunnet, Geo. H., tweed buyer, 4 Glenogil-ter 
Duthie, Alex., mason, 124 Dundee-st 
Dutbe, James, labourer, 121 Kinloch-st 
Duthie, Wm., plumber, 29 Taymonth-st 
Dye, James, tailor and clothier, IS West-path 
Ednie, John, gardener, Carnoustie-farm 
Edward, James B., joiner, Green-lane 
Edwards, John, tailor, 126 Dundee-st 
F.lder, James, bootmaker, 11 Millar-st 
Ellis, Henry, painter, 32 High-st 
Ellis, Hugh, painter, 12 Millar-st 
Ellis, James, painter, 93-5 High-st 
flrick, A., gardener, Dundee-st 
Fairlie, Wm. S., cabinetmaker, US Dundee-st 
Eairweather, J. A., labourer, Thomas-st 
Falconer, A., carter, 17 Lochty-st 



Falconer, Alex., sen., retired, 69 Queen-st 
Falconer, Jas., market gardener, 65 Queen-st 
Feichney, Joseph, tailor, 5 Barry-rd 
Ferguson, David, baker, 65 Dundee-st 
Ferguson, James, moulder, 144 Kinloch-st 
Ferrier, Charles, merchant, Firbank,Collier-st 
Ferrier, David, calenderer, 146 Kinloch-st 
Ferrier, John, plumber, 5 Taymouth-ter 
Ferrier, R., shoemaker, 27 Taymouth-st 
Ferrier, William, tailor and clothier, Lochty-st 
Ferrier, Wm., jun., tailor, &c, 6 Glenogil-ter 
Fett.es, James, Braefoot 
Findlay, John C, butcher, 74 High-st 
Findlay, Peter, carter, 9 Maule-st 
Finlayson, John, baker, 17 Yeaman-st 
Fisher, J. M., leather-cutter, Kinloch-st 
Fisher, Walter, labourer, 186 Kinloch-st 
Fitchet, Alexander, gardener, 32 Queen-st 
Forbes, John, plasterer, 10 Millar-st 
Forbes, Peter, carter, 72 Dundee-st 
Forbes, Wm., factory-worker, 130 Kinloch-st 
Ford, Geo., factory-woi ker, 44 Brown-st 
Ford, James, road-surfaceman, Thomas-st 
Foisyth, J. W., ironturner, 14 Kirkton-ter 
Fotheringham, Jas., merchant, 2 Millar-st 
Fotheringham, W., shoemaker, 9Gladstone-ter 
Fotliriiigliam,W.,fact'rywork'] - , 2? Panmure-st 
Fox, Alex., retired bootmaker, 112 High-st 
Fox, A., cycle repairer, 7 Millar-st 
Fox, C. A., licensed grocer, Cross, 9& High-st 
Fox, Chas. J., mason, Bonella-st 
Fox, G., traveller, Holyrood-st 
Fox, George F., draper, Glen Cottage 
Fox, John, elubkeeper, 47 Dundee-st 
Fox, Robert W. , newsagent, 8 Barry-rd 
Fox, William, clerk, Bonella-st 
Freeman, J., clerk, 6 Kirkton-ter, West-path 
Fyfe, John, shoemaker, 7 Lochty-st 
Fyfe, Robert, carter,' 1 Airlie-pl 
Fyffe, Robt., shoemaker, Garlandbank 
Fyffe, Wm., shoemaker, 112 Kinloch-st 
Gall, David, factory overseer, Golf-st 
Gallacher, M., labourer, Gibson-st 
Gallett, Alfred, shoemaker, 122 Kinloch-st 
Galloway, R., insurance-agent, S Kinloch-st 
Gibb, D. B., insurance-agent, 6 Orchard-ter 
Gibb, John, retired gardener, 35 Queen-st 
Gibb, Wm., shoemaker, Braefoot 
Gibson, Rev. A. R., Manse of Carnoustie 
Gibson, Andrew, residenter, James-st 
Gibson, D., mason, Gowan Bank, Barry-rd 
Gibson, G., preserve-nianufi'., The Birches 
Gibson, John S., plasterer, 51 Millar-st 
Glenday, James, labourer, 6S Kinloch-st 
Gorrie, H, J., dentist, Fairview, Dundee-st 
Gorrie, Peter, dentist, Green-lane 
Gourlay, Jas., blacksmith, 6S Dundee-st 
Gove, John, signalman, 76 Kinloch-st 
Gow, James, engine litter, 61 Kinloch-st 
Go wans, James, moulder, 6 West-path 
Graham, John B., teacher, Lumley-eot 
Graham, Stewart, baker, 3 Lochty-st 
Graham, W. R., fruiterer, 34 Dundee-st 
Gray, Andrew, machineman, 134 Dundee-st 
Gray, James, tailor, 56 Panmure-st 
Gray, William, contractor, May Cottage 
Gray, Wm. S., ironturner, 2 Union-pl 
Green, Albert, labourer, 16 West-path 
Greig, Alex., labourer, 25 Barry-rd 



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CARNOUSTIE MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



Greig, Alex., cab-proprietor, Ferrier-st 
Grieve, Wm., chemist, 89 High-fit 
Guthrie, Alex., tailor, 131 Kinloch-st 
Hamilton, Jolin, ironmoulder, 46 Brown-st 
Hanton, Hugh, town chamberlain, Terrace-rd 
Hanton, Thos., cropper, 16 Maule-st 
Harris. David, cleekinaker, 44 Tayniouth-st 
Harris, Wm., jun., printer, 2 Norwhin 
Hay, David, house proprietor, Upper- Victoria 
Hay, James, grocer, 17 Millar-st 
Hebenton, W., clicker, 2 Kimberley-cotts 
Heggie, And., watchmaker, 28 Queen-st 
Henderson, Andw., labourer, 21 Lochty-st 
Henderson, C, police-inspector, 124 High-st 
Henderson, David, teacher, SO Maule-st 
Henderson, David J., druggist, Firbank 
Henderson, James, lino operator, Manora-bk 
Henderson, J. G., Glencoe Villa 
Henderson, T., factory worker, 14 Barry-rd 
Hendry, G., labourer. Agatha Bank, Camus-st 
Hewitt, W., golf clubmaker, 37 Yeaman-st 
Hill, James, mechanic, Brown-st 
Hill, John, irontmner, 1U Taymouth-ter 
Hird, Andrew H., shoemaker, Tay-st 
Hogg, Alexander, slater, 41 High-st 
Hogg, James, mason, 8 Bnller-ter 
Hood, William, labourer, 10 Fox-st 
Hosie, Alex., iron-dresser, 154 Kinloch-st 
Hosie, James, labourer, Braefoot 
Hovell, Alex., carrier, 114 Dundee-st 
Hovell, Thomas T., carrier, 63 Dundee-st 
Hunter, Dr C. S., Dalhousie-villa 
Hunter, J. G., Willowbank, 4 Maule-st 
Ireland, R., retired clerk, 5 Fox-st 
Ironside, John, labourer, 135 Kinloch-st 
Jack, Donald M., hairdresser, Bonella-st 
Jacobs, Wm., foundry-worker, 3 Kirkton-ter 
Jamieson, A. S., yarn dresser, Denver-cot 
Japp, A., shoemaker, 4 Kimberley-cot 
Japp, Chas , dresser, 29 Panmure-st 
Japp, David, grocer, 6 Park-avenue 
Japp, Ja=., .shoemaker, Thistle-st 
Jaiip, John, factory-worker, 1 Barry-road 
Jobberns, Rev. Jos. B., 2 Maule-st 
Johnston, J., sen., fact-worker, 61 Panmure-ter 
Johnston, J., jun., labourer, 142 Kinloch-st 
Johnston, John, residenter, Barry-rd 
Johnston, Robert, shoemaker, Rosebank 
Joiner, William D., grocer, 20 Kirkton-terrace 
Jolly, James, photographer, 5 High-st 
Jones, Alfred, shoemaker, 2 Fox-st 
Jones, Walter L., shoemaker, 103 Dundee-st 
Julian, John, jun., joiner, Amisfield 
Keiller, Robt. painter, 30 Queen-st 
Kellitt, Wm.. engineer, 44 Barry-rd 
Kennedy, Alex,, labourer, 6 Kimberley-bdgs 
Kennedy, Geo., greenkeeper, Lingard-st 
Kerr, J., com. -traveller, Greenhank, Philip-st 
Kerr, John, shoemaker, 40 Millar-st 
Kerr, Robert, joiner, 59 Panmure-ter 
Kerr, Wm. J., traveller, 26 Collier-st 
Ketterer, George, jeweller, 5 Rose-st 
Kidd, David, bank agent, Uowan-cottage 
Kidil, James, printer, Links-avenue 
Kidd, John, labourer, Thoinas-st 
Kinnmond, D. N., manager, 157 Kin'.och-st 
Kinnear, James, joiner, Bonella-st 
Kinnear, John, litter, Charles-st 
Kitto, Tlios., labourer, Braefoot 
Knight, D, sanitary inspector, Thomas-st 



Knight, John, postman, 23 Queen-st 
Knight, John, boot-finisher, 3 Barry-rd 
Kydd, David, labourer, Lingard-st 
Kydd, John, carter, 35 Yeaman-st 
Kydd, Robt, mason, 59 Dundee-st 
Laing, J., hammerman, 108 Kinloch-st. 
Laing, James, factory- worker, Brow.i-st 
Laing, Robert, signalman, 56 Panmure-ter 
Laing, Win., shoemaker, Browia-st 
Lamb, John, labourer, 17 Park-avenue 
Latto, Wm., fishmonger, 67 Dundee-st • 
Lawrie, A., stone-breaker, Maulesbank-cot 
Lawson, George, labourer, Braefoot 
Lawson, John, postman, 41 Millar-st 
Lawson, John, gardener, 152 Dundee-st 
Lawson, K. I., wine merchant, Philip-st 
Leitch, Wm., insur. -inspector, 13 Lochty-st 
Leuchars, Geo., currier, 1 Balfour-pl 
Linn, David A., farmer, Lochend 
Lockhart, R. L., traveller, 37 Yeaman-st 
Logic, W. B., clerk, 64 Dundee-st 
Low, D., golf club maker, 3S Taymouth-st 
Low, Jas., shoemaker, Taymouth-st 
Low, W., tailor's cutter, 50 Taymouth-st 
Lowden, Charles, labourer, Barry-rd 
Lownie, John L., ironturner, 6S Barry-rd 
Lowson, John P. M., postmaster, Terrace-rd 
Lunan, T., farm servant, 2 Philip-st 
Lyall, David, shoemaker, 3 Balfour-pl 
Lyall, John, shoemaker, 7 Yeaman-st 
Lyall, John, carter, Burnside, Links 
Mackie, A. J., bank-teller, Carnegie-ter 
Mackie, Jas., labourer, 5 Kirkton-ter 
Mackie, Wm., joiner, 43 Yean,an-st 
Main, John, moulder. Thomas-st 
Manby, J., fireman, 2 Kimberley-buildings 
Marr, John, labourer. 4 Collier-st 
Marr, John, labourer, Thomas-st 
Marr, Thomas, bootfinisher, Brown-st 
Marshall, Alex., porter, Rosebank 
Marshall, John T., tinsmith, S West-path 
Martin, Alfred, factory-worker, Lochend 
Martin, David, shoemaker, Braefoot 
Martin, James, shoemaker, 17 Maule-st 
Martin, John, school janitor, Stronner's-cot 
Mason, H. W., grocer, 4 Kirkton-ter 
Mason, Jas., shoemaker, 60 Kinloch-st 
Mathers, John M., dresser, Thomas-st 
Mathers, W., factory-worker, Southeiwood-pt 
Mathewson, E. W., painter, Graigmore 
Maxwell, L., engineer, Brown-st 
Melvin, J. W., hotelkecper, Kinloch Arms 
Middleton, Wm., carter, Burnside-st 
Mill, Hector, tenter, 62 Panmure-ter 
Mill, Jas., shoemaker, 131 Panmure-st 
Millar, A. B., retired shipmaster, Burnside-st 
Millar, David, postman, 24 Queen-st 
Millar, Geo., labourer, Thistle-st 
Millar, James, gas-stoker, 12 Fox-st 
Millar, J. G., retired, 42 Collier-st 
Millar, Robert, butcher, 62 High-st 
Millar, Robert, joiner, 68 H gh-st 
Millar Walter, stoker, Bonella-st 
Millar, Wm., blacksmith, 54 Taymouth-st 
Miller, Innes, horse-hirer, Taymouth Lodge 
Miller. J. D., retired, 60 Dundee-st 
Mills, F.J. R., marine surveyor, 1 Norwhin 
Milne, Chas., lactory- worker, 56 Panmure-ter 
Milne, Francis M., pensioner, Eaglemount 
Milne, Jas. P., tailor, Brown-st 



CARNOUSTIE MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



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Milne, John, merchant, of Ravensby 
Milne, Thos., shoemaker, 7 Airlie-pl 
Milne, Win., labourer, 60 Millar-st 
Mitchell, Andrew, residenter, Terrace-rd 
Mitchell, George, retired farmer, Terrace-rd 
Mitchell, James, postman, Charles-st 
Mitchell, Jas. F., golf clubkeeper, Links-pde 
Mitchell, John, clerk, 42 Maule-st 
Mitchell, Samuel, shoemaker, 18 Millar-st 
Moir, Andrew W., residenter, 34 Dundee-st 
Mollison, J., foundry worker. 24 West-path 
Monerieff, D. , blacksmith, 25 Taymouth-rd 
Morris, D., vegetable preserver, James-st 
Morris, David, baker, 3 Barry-rd 
Morrison, A., bootfinisher, 31 Taymouth-st 
Morrison, Jas., tenter, 92 Dundee-st 
Mortimer, C, tenter, 23 Kinloch-st 
Mortimer, Geo., porter, 25 Kinloch-st 
Morton, Jas., clothier, Retreat-cottage 
Mudie, Henry P., cashier, Astley Lea 
Munro, John, blacksmith, Thomas-st 
Murphy, Jas., factory-worker, Westfleld-cot 
Murray. H., labourer, 135 Kinloch-st 
Murray, Jas., foundry labourer, Barry-rd 
Murray, John, retired, Agatha-bank 
Murray, Robt. railway-surfaceman, Burnside 
Mustard, R. W., bootmaker, 3 Archer-bank 
Myles, G. B., ret. -moulder, Ruby-cot, Barry-rd 
Myles, Jas., iron-moulder, 6 Taymouth-ter 
Myles, John, factoryworker, Victoria-pl 
Myles, Robert, iionmoulder, 29 Barry-rd 
Myles, Win., residenter, 6 Panmure-st 
M'Affer, J. D., draper, 20 Dundee-st 
M'Andrew, John, plumber, 7 Dundee-st 
M'Andrew, J., jun., plumber, 2 Glenogil-ter 
M'Arthur, Jas., church-officer, Millar's-bank 
M'Arthur, Wm. H., shoemaker, 18 Maule-st 
M'Callum, Daniel, brassfounder, Golf-st 
M'Corquodale, A. C, solicitor, Athol Bank 
M'Corquodale, D. A., retired, Maryville 
M'Culloch, David, currier, Mayfield 
M'Culloch, Robert, retired, 19 Kirkton-ter 
M 'Donald, David, gardener, 40 Collier-st 
M'Donald, Robert, shoemaker, 7 Fox-st 
M'Dowell, James, shipmaster, 6 Kirkton-ter 
M'Farlane, John, moulder, Browu-st 
M'Glashan, D., clerk, 3 Baxter-ter 
M'Gregor, Arch., market gardener, Braefoot 
M'Gregor, D., engine-stoker, 156 Kinloch-st 
M'Inroy, John, retired, 3 Gladstone-ter 
M'Intosh, W., calenderer, 21 Panmure-st 
M'Intyre, J. S., com. -traveller, 9 Kirkton-ter 
M'Kay, James, plumber, 102 High-st 
M'Kenzie, M., watchmaker, 71 Queen-st 
M'Laggan, John, hairdresser, 33 Millar-st 
M'Laggan, John, labourer, 9 Buller-ter 
M'Laggan, W F., railway porter, 12 Fox-st 
M 'Laren,R. L., jeweller's salesman,4 Clovemill 
M'Lauchlan, Prank, plumber, 5 Yeaman-st 
M'Lean, Chas. , labourer, Thomas-st 
M'Leish. Robt., shoemaker, 131 Panmure-ter 
M 'Martin, A., gardener, 5S Kinloch-st 
Nairn, Alex. T., clerk, 46 Barry-rd 
Napier, John, licensed-grocer, 125 Kinloch-st 
Napier, J., jun., machine fitter, 129 Kinloch-st 
Nelson, Hoy, carter, 21 Kinloch-st 
Ness, Robert, carter, 16 Kinloch-st 
Nicoll, Alex., bootfinisher, 6 Lochty-st 
Nicoll, Jas. B., bootmaker, 70 Barry-rd 
Nicoll, J., shoemaker, Woodbine-pl., Braefoot 



Nicoll, J. M. O., engineer, Gibson-st 
Nicoll, W., coal salesman, 29 Queen-st 
Nicoll, William, bootfinisher, S Lochty-st 
Nicoll, W., packer, 136 Kinloch-st 
Nicoll, Wm., baker, Green-lane 
Nicoll, Wm. M., retired baker, Dudhope-cot 
Norrie, George, vanman, Taymouth-road 
Norrie, George, labourer. Thomas-st 
Norrie, J»hn, carter, Braefoot 
Norrie, J., mechanic, 1 Kimberley-cottages 
Norwell, Wm., painter, Stanstead Villa 
O'Brien, Charles, residenter, 62 High-st 
Ogg, David, mechanic, 7 Graham-pl 
Ogg, H., shoemaker, 8 Panmure-st 
Ogg, Jas., retired, Bracklyn 
Ogilvie, Alex., shoemaker. 14 Taymouth-ter 
Ogilvie, G., dresser, 23 Panmure-st 
Ogilvie, Jas., insur.-collector, 124 Kinloch-st 
Ogilvie, Jas., factory-worker, 70 Kinloch-st 
Ogilvie, John, tenter, 140 Kinloch-st 
Ogilvie, W. S., grocery manager, Kimberley-pl 
Oswald, David, shoemaker, 131 Kinloch-st 
Page, Wm., marine engineer, Ash-cottage 
Panton, W. F., shoemaker, Yeaman-st 
Paterson, Angus L., labourer, Union-pl 
Paton, George, boot-fitter, 49 Barry-road 
Paton. Walter, coachman, Bonella-st 
Patrick, Rev. J. N., O.S. Manse, Dundee-st 
Patterson, George, draper, 38 Collier-st 
Patterson, H., litter, 2L Taymouth-ter 
Peat, John, painter, 152 Dundee-st 
Peebles, James, baker, 13 Yeaman-st 
Peters, Alex., tenter, 5 Union-pl 
Peters, R., factory overseer, Isora-cottage 
Peters, Wm., tenter, 26 Panmure-st 
Petrie, William M., plumber, 64 Maule-st 
Philip, Rev. James, St Stephen's U.F. Manse 
Phin, David, mechanic, Prairie-rd 
Pirie, John, policeman, 21 Park-av 
Pithie, Davicl, labourer, 49 Yeaman-st 
Pithie, Wm., labourer, 25 Park-avenne 
Porter, George R. , coachman, Pannuire-cot 
Proudfoot, G., retired, Thomas-st 
Purvis, James, clubmaker, 23 Queen-st 
Ramsay, Alexander, labourer, Burnside 
Ramsay, C, retired joiner, 48 Barry-rd 
Ramsay, David, engineer, 129 Kinloch-st 
Ramsay, David, labourer, 147 Kinloch-st 
Ramsay, David, jr., plumber, 24 Panmure-st 
Ramsay, David M., joiner, Ferrier-st 
Ramsay, J., market-gardener, James-st 
Ramsay, James, labourer, 30 Panmure-st 
Ramsay, J., labourer, Thistle-st 
Ramsay, J. T., gardener, Gibson-rd 
Ramsay, John, labourer, Terrace-rd 
Ramsay, John, tobacconist, 148 Dundee-st 
Ramsay, John, labourer, 16 Kirkton-ter 
Ramsay, K. , slater, 6 Fox-st 
Ramsay, Silvester, joiner, 62 Panmure-ter 
Ramsay, William, shoemaker, 4 West-path 
Ramsay, W.T., faetory-worker,3 Taymountter 
Reid, George, estate overseer, 51 Yeaman-st 
Reid, Henry D. M., baker, Burnside-st 
Reid, R., coachbuilder & joiner, 106 Dundee-st 
Reid. R. M., coachbuilder, Lin^ard-st 
Rennie, Alex., labourer, 79 High-st 
Rennie, A , jun., surfaceman. 1 H'gli-st 
Rennie, William, labourer, 39 Kinloch-st 
Ritchie, D.A., aerated water man uf., Braefoot 
Ritchie, James, vannian, Thomas-sl 



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CARNOUSTIE MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



Ritchie, P. J., retired clerk, Tayinouth-st 
Robb, Alexander, baker, 37 Millar-st 
Robb, David, caretaker, Municipal-buildings 
Robb, F. W„ grocer and spirit nier., Rose-st 
Robb, J., spirit dealer, Bay House, Park-av 
Robb, John, jun., mason, 4 Park-avenue 
Roberts, Win., gardener, 5 Yeainan-st 
Robertson, A., retired postman, S Collier-st 
Robertson, A., baker, Terrace-rd 
Robertson, Alex., mason, Golf-st 
Robertson," Alf., clubmaker, (36 Kinlocli-st 
Robertson, And., builder, 28 Taymouth st 
Robertson, A., bootmaker, 5 Kimberley-cot 
Robertson, D. I., engineer, 7 Balgowau park 
Robertson, Frank, builder, 7S Kiulocli-st 
Robertson, George, labourer, 19 Kinloch-st 
Robertson, James, baker, 9 Loehty-st 
Robertson, Jas., shoemaker, Thistle-st 
Robertson, J. C, machine titter, 1 Archer- bk 
Robertson, John, shoemaker, 20 Collier-st 
Robertson, P., baker, Seaview, 59 High-st 
Robertson, Win., grocer, 26 Maule-st 
Robertson, Win , retired miner, Thoinas-st 
Rose, John, waiter, Sea field-road 
Ross, Andrew, caretaker, 152 Kinloch-st 
Ross, James, shoemaker, 50 Millar-st 
Ross, T., carrier, 56 Millar-st 
Ross, Win., retired fireman, 76 Barry-rd 
Rowney, W., sailor, Thistle-st 
Ruse, Alf., theatre manager, Laurel-cots 
Salinond, John, labourer, 2 Bnller-ter 
Samson, Alexander, gardener, 29 Maule-st 
Samson, David, shoemaker, 63 Dundee-st 
Sanderson, J., hotelkeeper, 119-123 Dundee-st 
Scott, Alex, stationer, Craigrossie-pl 
Scott, A. D., fireman, 2 Barry-rd 
Scott, Andrew, labourer, 1 Park-pl 
Scott, D., factory-worker, Prairie-cottage 
Scott, Jas., iron-turner, 31 Barry-rd 
Scott Jas., shoemaker, 29 Kinloch-st 
Scott, Jas., labourer, 2 Marylee-cottages 
Scott, John, yardsman, 25 High-st 
Scott, D., clubmaker, Rose st 
Scroggie, D., manufacturer, 45 Carlogie-rd 
Scroggie, E., boot manufr., 24 Dundee-st 
Seaton, Win., clerk, 1 Gladstone-ter 
Sharp, C., milk salesman, West-path 
Shepherd, David, retired, 36 Millar-st 
Shepherd, Jas., ironmoulder, 4 Taymouth-ter 
Shepherd, J., jun., residenter, 81 Kinloch-st 
Shepherd, John, fireman, 139 Kinloch-st 
Shepherd, P., shoemaker, 89 Dundee-st 
Sheriff", D. F., musicselier, Ivy-bk, Philip-st 
Sim, Andrew, signalman, 22 Pannmre-st 
Sim, David, signalman, South Kinloch-st 
Simpson, Alex., joiner, 13 Collier-st 
Simpson, Alex, jun., joiner, 12 Collier-st 
Simpson, Arthur, joiner, Raglan-cottages 
Simpson, C, labourer, 1 Taymouth-ter 
Simpson, David, labourer, Thistle-st 
Simpson, G., retired butcher, 32 Collier-st 
Simpson, James, clubmaker, Burnside-st 
Simpson, John, surfaceman, Burnside-st 
Simpson, R., golf club-maker, Dinks-view 
Simpson, R. C., clerk, Laurel-ter 
Simpson, W., bootlinisher, 134 Duildee-st 
Simpson, W. C, pavior, Tliomas-sc 
Skinner, W., ironturner, 7 Taymouth-ter 
Small, Alexander, joiner, 10 Fox-st 
Smart, Allan, shoemaker, 29 Taymouth-ter 



Smart, A. D., foundry worker, 110 Kinloch-st 
Smart, D. C, labourer, Barry-road 
Smart, James, dairyman, Victoria-cottage 
Smieton, Jas., sen , mechanic, Barry-rd 
Smith, Alex.,. market gardener, Catherine-cot 
Smith, David, labourer, 24 Millar-st 
Smith, David, labourer, Biaefoot 
Smith, David, shoemaker, 5-6 Airlie-pl 
Smith, James, hostler, 11 High-st 
Smith, James, tailor, Thomas-st 
Smith, Thomas W. , leather-cutter, Rose-st 
Smith, Win., labourer, 126 Kinloch-st 
Smith, W., draughtsman, 54 Dundee-st 
Soutar, A., coachman, Carn'stie House Stables 
Soutar, Rev. G. S., retired, VestraPeld. 
Soutar, John, com. traveller, Taymouth-st 
Soutar, John, gatekeeper, 1-13 Kinloch-st 
Soutar, Robert, shoemaker, 116 Dundee-st 
Soutar, Wm. F., jute merchant, Annlield 
Souter, John, agriculturai-agent,24 Kiuloch-st 
Spankie, D., traction-engine prop., 4 Barry 
Spark, Chas. G., shoemaker, 47 Ireland-st 
Spink, John, bootfinisher, 64 Kinloch-st 
Spink, John, attendant, 59 B irry-road 
Spragg, Jas., bricklayer, o Baxter-ter 
Stark, Alex., labourer, 72 Barry-rd 
Stephen, A. M., factory-worker, J.-imes-st 
Stephen, David, joiner, 25 Yeaman-st 
Stephen, Jas., hallkeeper, 7S High-st 
Stephen, Thos., factory-worker, Prairie-rd 
Stephen, W., retired loco. -driver, 52 High st 
Stephenson, J. H.. shoemaker, 20 West-path 
Stewart, John, shoemaker, 58 Millar-st 
Stewart, John, potato merchant, Biaefoot 
Stewart, Keith, retired engineer, 16 Millar-st 
Stewart, Robt., plumber, 4 Gladstone-ter 
Stewart, Win., shoemaker, 15 Millar-st 
Strachan, Henry, labourer, 4 Fox-st 
Strachan, James, niytor-car hirer, Terrace-rd 
Strachan, John, gardener, 10 Graham-pi 
Strachan, W., signalman, 74 Kinloch-st 
Stionner, Jas. Jl'K., house agent, William-s 
Stuart, Alex., tinsmith, 4 Graham-pl 
Sturrock, James, gardener, Lilac-cot 
Sturrock, John, painter, 27 High-st 
Sturrock, Wm. P., shoemaker, SO Kinloch-st 
Suttie, Peter, salmon-fisher, James-st 
Swan, Alexander, gardener, 110 Dundee-st 
Tawse, J. M., bank-agent, Bank of Scot. -ho 
Taylor, J. E., M.D., Villa Rosa, 15-17 Philip-st 
Taylor, John, shoemaker, 48 Millar-st 
Taylor, Win., slater, 23 Maule-st 
Thorns, John, labourer, 152 Kinloch-st 
Thomson, R., leather cutter, 4 Inchcape-view 
Thompson, Alex., shoemaker, 62 Maule-st 
Tindall, George H., engineer, May-field 
Tosh, A'.ex., tenter, 104 Dundee-st 
Tosh, F. G., factory-worker, 155 Kinloch-st 
Tosh, Peter, stoker, 73 Dundee-st 
Tosh, Peter, tenter, 51 Taymouth-st 
Tosh, Win., shoemaker, 10 Collier-st 
Tough, James, retired quarrier, Braefoot 
Tyndall, Alex. F., moulder, Lingard-st 
Tytler, J., retd. stationinaster; 4 Salisbury-pl 
Walker, A. B., bank clerk. Ewartlea, Philip-st 
Walker, J. C, factory-worker, 63 Kinloch-st 
Wallace, G., shoemaker. 1 Graham-pl 
Wallace G., club caretaker, Maylield 
Wallace, G., leather cutter, 3 West-path 
Watt, Geo., ironmoulder, 2 Taymouth-ter 



CARNOUSTIE MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



223 



Watt, James M., Bonella-st 
Watt, R. , market gardener, Braefoot 
Webster, Chas., goods-agent, 2 Kimberley-b'gs 
Webster, Jas. M., draper, S Kinloch-st - 
Westwood, R. , electrician, 2 Lochty-av 
White, Geo., shoemaker, 41 Maule-st 
White, George, tenter, Charles-st 
White, James, engineman, Kimberley-pl 
White, J. H., flour miller, May view, Green-In 
Whitton, John R., labourer, 66 Kinloch-st 
Whitton, Peter, retired butcher, 4 Willow-pk 
Whyte, Win,, shoemaker, 47 Taymouth-st 
Will, David, miller, 7 Yeaman-st 
Will, George, contractor, 43 Dundee-st 
Will, G., foundry worker, James-st 
Williamson, J., shoemaker, 4 Lochty-st 
Williamson, J., tenter, 53 Brown-st 
Wilmott, Ernest, range warden, Brown-st 
Wilkie, A., machineman, Brown-st 
Wilson, A. Y. H., mason, 13S Dundee-st 



Wilson, A., grocer, Thomas-st 
Wilson, G., gardener, 2 13alfour-pl 
Wilson, John, mason, Bumside-st 
Wilson, John I., builder, Dalhousie-st 
Wilson, Joseph W., innkeeper, Belleview 
Wilson, Thomas, moulder, James-st 
Winter, David, manufacturer, Park-house 
Winter, G., boot manufacturer, Winterdyne 
Wood, Alex. D., i>atternniaker, 4 Rose-st 
Wood, Joseph, shoemaker, 2 West-path 
Wright, Jas., chartered-accountant, Fernlea 
Wynne, Jas., gasmanager, Bonella-st 
Wynton, James H., shoemaker, Thorndene 
Yates, F. W. , com. -traveller, 44 Maule-st W 
Yool, John, licensed-grocer, 23 Dundee-st 
Yool, Wm., mechanic, Taymouth cot 
Young, D. O., solicitor, Newington 
Young, Geo., tailor and clothier, 26 Queen-st 
Young, Geo. S., foreman, Victoria-st 
Young, Wm. W., clothier, Rose-st 



PARISH OP 

Adam, Jas., labourer, Arbroath-road 
Adams, Albert E., jute merch., 3 Carlogie-ter 
Alexander, John, bleacher, Westhaven 
Anderson, D. retired farmer, Blairgowan 
Anderson, D. L , engraver, Granville-house 
Anderson, W. , manufacturer, Dalhousie-st 
Anthony, Mark M., artist, Tay-st 
Auchterlonie, David W., Panmure-bank 
Bain, Hugh, labourer, 49 Ireland-st 
Barrie, David, retired, 33 Carlogie-rd 
Basset, John, boatman, Coastguard- station 
Benzie, Peter, road-foreman, 7 Church-st 
Bisset, David, fisherman, Westhaven 
Bisset, James, bleacher, 59 Ireland-st 
Bisset, John, fisherman, Westhaven 
Bisset, Peter, gatekeeper, Westhaven 
Bisset, Robert, fisherman, Westhaven 
Bisset, Win., fisherman, Westhaven 
Black, Charles, mason, William-st 
Black, William, seaman, 9 William-st 
Blair, David, mason, Admiral-st 
Blewett, J. J., chief officer, Mariner-st 
Blunt, W. J., petty-officer, Coast Guard-st'n 
Boath, Lewis S., linen merchant, Rowanbank 
Boyle, David, cashier, E Maule st 
Bradburn, William, lie-grocer, Station-rd 
Brodie, Thomas B., clerk, Bayview 
Brown, Chas , 'woodmerchaiit, E Maule-st 
Brown, Robert J., draper, 25 Taymouth-st 
Bruce, James P., architect, Dalhousie-st 
Bruce, William, chauffeur, 23 Church-st 
Cadenhead, Wm. M., retired, Hazelbank 
Calder, John, shoemaker, Westhaven 
Cameron, D. P., specialist, "The Lodge" 
Cameron, John, labourer, 41 Ireland-st 
Campbell, Arch., traveller, Dunollie 
Campbell, Chas. L., fisherman, Westhaven 
Campbell, Lindsay, shoemaker, 7 Arbroath-rd 
Cant, Alex., boot manufacturer, Mackenzie-st 
Chalmers, R., shoemaker, Mariner-st 
Clark, G., factory worker, Westhaven 
Cochrane, J. P., manufacturer, Craigbank-cot 
Cockerill, James C, retired, Westhaven 
Cox, Wm. M., shoemaker, 7 Ireland-st 
Dargie, J. L., porter, Guthrie-st 
Davidson, A., joiner, Westhaven-pl 
Debrummer, W. E. director, 2S Church-st 



PANBRIDE. 

Duff, W. M., engineer, Sirona 
Duncan, Jas., salmon-fisher, Westhaven 
Duncan, William, gas stoker, 7 Arbroath-rd 
Durkie, David baker, 17 Tayside-st 
Dye, Leonard R. , piano tuner, North Ivylea 
Eaton, R. C, art teacher, Dalhousie-st 
Falconer, A., carter, Si Ireland-st 
Falconer, Jas., engineer, Brinkburn, 
Falconer, Wm., tailor & clothier, Dalhousie-st 
Ford, James P., retired, 17 Carlogie-road 
Forrest, Milne M., jute salesman, Tayside-st 
Forrest, Wm., shoemaker, Dunlora-cott 
Fullerton, David, clerU, 20 Ireland-st 
Fullerton, E., jute merchant, Yardly 
Fyfle, David M., bootfinislier, 13 Church-st 
Garden, Robert, coachman, 6 Tayside-st 
Gow, John, labourer, 33 Church-st 
Graham, J., retired engineer, Carlogie-rd 

fGray, James M., solicitor, Taymouth-villa 
. Grieve. William, cowfeeder, Rottenrow 
' Harris, John, saddler, Y Gladstone-ter 
Harris, Wm., stationer, Hillerest, Carlogie-rd 
Hart, T., hotelkeeper, Panmure Arms Hotel 
Henderson, George, fisherman, Mariner-st 
Henderson, James, signalman, Anchor-ul 
Henderson, W., shoemaker, Admiral-st 
Keillor, David, labourer, West haven-beach 
Keillor, Wm., shoemaker, Westhaven-place 
Kennedy, David M., merchant, Seaforth 
Leslie, John, cattleman, Westhaven 
Lorimer, John, Lily Cottage 
Lowden, George, labourer, Guthrie-st 
Lugton, Jas., retired ^ameUeeuer, Westhaven 
Maconachie, Francis H., reporter, 10 Maule-st 
M'Farlane, David, farmer, Westhaven 
MacLauchlan, Rev. R. S., U.K. Manse 
Marquis, W. H., hairdresser, Westhaven 
Marshall, Geo., mill overseer, Craigowl 
Martin, A. B., hotelkeeper, Dalhousie-hotel 
Martin, F. , shoemaker, Westhaven-pl 
Martin, J., retired sheep farmer, Mouowai 
Mathers, Alexander, ploughman. Rottenrow 
Melville, John, merchant, Burnknowe 
Methven, W. E., cabinetmaker, Gleiiconnar-pl 
Michie, J. T., bank clerk, 34 Carlogie-rd 
Millar, C. W., florist, Panbride-st 
Millar, James, retired joiner, Brooiuheld 



224 



CARNOUSTIE MALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



Milne, R. S., cleric, Westfield, Carlogie-rd 
Mitchell, Pavid K.. law clerk, 25 Carlogi-'-rd 
Moorman, C. F. S., boatman, Market-st 
Morison, John P., bank agent, Church-st 
Mortimer, Henry, seaman, Anchor-place 
Murdoch, W. P., s;rocer,Craigallan, Easthaven 
Murray, James, blacksmith, Airlie-pl 
M'Crow, John, stationmaster, Station-rd 
M'Oullneh, J. W . baker, Alexandra-ter 
M'Laggan, P.. porter, Woodruff-pl 
MT.ao-gan. Robert, gardener, 4 William-st 
M'Naughton, Walter, residenter, Ardenlea 
M'Neill, James R., Coast Guard Station 
M'Walter, P. J., retired farmer, 25 Church-si 
Ness. G"o. . taxi-cab proprietor, 83 High-st 
Nicoil, James, manufacturer, 5 Burnside-ter 
Nicoll, Win-, retired shoemaker, Seabeach 
Ogilvie, W. T., porter, Woodruff-pl 
Oliphant, Geo., traveller, Manle-st E 
Oslen, John, labourer, 82 Arbroath-rd 
Oudney, W. shipmaster, Fairfield 
Paterson, Andrew B., teacher, Oarlogie-rd 
Perry, J., mason, E Maule-st 
Peters, George, fisherman, Westhaven 
Philip, James, grieve. West-haven 
Ramsay, P., merchant, M'Kenzie-st 
Ramsay, Geo., labourer, Westhaven 
Ramsay, Geo., shoemaker, Anehor-pl 
Ramsay, Jas., salmon fisher, Mariner-st 
Ramsay, James, shoemaker, 19 Church-st 
Ramsay, John, salmon-fisher, Westhaven 
Rankine, Andrew, tailor, 25 Tayside-st 
Reid, J. F., clerk, Eden-cottage 
Richardson, Peter W., clerk, Sycamore-villas 
Ritchie, Archibald, fireman, Westhaven 
Robertson, Arthur, cleekmaker, 7 Arbroath-rd 



Robertson, J., factor, Pamnure-bank 
Robertson, John, mason. Westhaven 
Robertson, J. S., market gardener, William-s 
Robertson, M., mason, Westhaven 
Rodgers, Arthur A., engineer, Carlogie-rd 
Ronald, G. F. , insurance-inspector, Trunelea 
Rose, James, licensed grocer, Craigievar 
Russell, Wm,, I. R. officer, Punnotar 
Scott, Andrew, caretaker, Tayside-st 
Scott, G., bleacher, 67 Ireland-st 
Scott, John, retired farmer, Carlogie-rd 
Shand, George, draper, Roseneath 
Shaw, Joseph, overseer, Sunnymede 
Simpson, And., stationer, &c, Tayside-st 
Simpson, Wm., fisherman, Mariner-st 
Small, T., cabinetmaker, Woodruff-pl 
Smith, C, bootfinisher, Seabrae, Mariner-st 
Smith, William, bleacher, Westhaven-pl 
Stevenson, Geo., pawnbroker, Carlogie-rd 
Stewart, James, manufacturer, Bellevue-eot 
Stewart, Wm. P., draper, Palhousie-st 
Stott, George, surfaceman, Westhaven 
Sturrock, George, fruiterer, 24 Ireland-st 
Taylor, P., coal merchant, Newlands 
Thomson, C, waste merchant, Lynwood 
Thomson, Geo., waste merchant, 7 William-st 
Thomson, Robert, coal agent, 5 Ireland-st 
Thow, James, joiner, 10 Arbroath-rd 
Watson, Frank, coal agent, Guthrie-st 
Watson, William, laDourei\ Westhaven 
Webster, Wm.. mechanic, 2 Westhaven 
Will, Adam, stationer, 2 Church-st 
Williamson, J. R , 40 E William-st 
Wilson, J. R., insur. manager, Helen-bank 
Wdson, Joseph, secretary, Balbrogie 
Wright, J, retired quarry master, Dunnachton 



List of Female Householders. 



PARISH OF 

Adams, Louisa E., Bona Vista, 55 Yeaman-st 

Adams, Bosa G., Bona Vista. 55 Yeaman-st 

Alexander, Mrs Mary, Green-lane 

Allison, Mrs J., Carlogie-rd 

Anderson, Mrs E. M., 3 Salisbury- ter 

Anderson, Mrs E. M., Trevarna, 22 Queen-st 

Anderson, Mrs I., 26 Barry-rd 

Anderson, Mrs Jessie, Brown-st 

Anderson, Lizzie, 55 Taymouth-st 

Archer, Mrs Susan, The Anchorage 

Axford, Mrs Margaret, 19 Yeaman-st 

Baffin, Mrs J, Ettrick-Cottage 

Baldy, Eliz., merchant, Regent-place 

Barbour, Margt. Thomson, Terrace-road 

Barty, Eliz. I,., 31 Millar-st 

Beale, Elizabeth W., dressmaker, Fox-st 

Beale, Jane P., dressmaker, Fox-st 

Beat, Mrs Jane, 2 Bose-st 

Bell, Mrs Jeannie, Green-lane 

Bennet, MrsM., fct'ry worker, 141 Kinloeh-st 

Benzie, Mrs .1., 2 Archer-bank 

Bertie, Margt., Argyle-cottage 

Black, Mrs A., 134 Kinloch-st 

Black, Gertrude, Guthrie-st 

Black, Mis lane, 60 Barry-rd 

Black, Jessie, dressmaker, 17 Pundee-st 



BARRY. 

Black', Joan, G4 Barry-rd 

Blackie, Mrs Janet, nurse, 2 Collier-st 

Blyth, Mrs Isa M., 29 Millar-st 

Boath, Mrs Isabella, Kelly-cot., 112 Pundee-st 

Boath, Mary Ann, 33 Kinloch-st 

Bowie, Mrs Emily J.. Brook field 

Bowie, Margaret, 1 Buller-ter 

Boyle, Ann, Park-pl , Millar-st 

Boyle, Mrs Marion, 32 Barry-rd 

Boyle, Mary, 100 Pundee st 

Boyle, Mrs S., Roselea-cot 

Breiuner, Mrs C, Laburnum House 

Brown, Mrs C. Cliftonbank, Collier-st 

Brown, Jane, Eishken, 44 Millar-st 

Brown, Mrs Jane, Balfour-st 

Brown, Margaret, grocer, 13 Queen-st 

Brown, Williamina, 38 Queen-st 

Bruce, Eliz. S., 2 Pou >las-pl 

Bunch, Mrs Jessie, 5 Yeaman-st 

Bunyan, Mrs Margaret, Barry-rd 

Burness, Mrs Ann, Carnegie-ter 

Caird, A., 33 Maule-st 

Caird. Mrs E., 35 Maule-st 

Cameron, Jessie, 19 Park-avenue 

Campbell, Mrs Agnes, 23 Queen-st 

Campsie, Mrs Jessie, 2 Kirkton-ter 



CARNOUSTIE FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



225 



Carnegie, Mrs I., tobacconist, 4 Balfour-pl 

Carrie, A., 109 Uundee-sb 

Carrie, Eliza G., 21 Philip-st 

Chaplin, Mrs Jane, Dewarlea 

Chapman, Mis E., 4 Taymouth-st 

Chisholm, Susan, Moray-pl 

Christie, Agnes, laundress, 120 High-st 

Christie, Mrs W. M., 10 Lochty-st 

Clark, Mrs Elizabeth, Barry-rd 

Clark, Maggie, fruiterer, 120 High-st 

Clark, Mrs Mary, 2 Balfour-pl 

Clarkson, Mrs Sophia, 15 High-st 

Cochrane, Mrs Mary, Seafield-road 

Cox, Mrs M., 53 Maule-st 

Craig, Mrs Elizabeth, S Kinloch-st 

Craik, Mrs Jane, 101 Dundee-st 

Crane, Isabella, 65 Barry-rd 

Crawford, M., factory-worker, Thistle-st 

Crichton, M. N., grocer, 86 Kiulouh-st 

Crighton, Mrs Jane A., 4 Lochty-st 

Cruden, Mrs M., 8 Fox-st 

Daer, Margaret, confectioner, 91 Dundee-st 

Daer, Mrs S., S7 Duudee-st 

Dalgety, Mrs Wm., 49 Barry-rd 

Dargie, Mrs Jessie, Pattullo-cot 

Davidson, Jane, factory-worker, 51 Dundee-st 

Davidson, M. A., fact.-worker, 90 Kinloch-st 

Day, Molley, 1 Kirkton-ter 

Deuchar, Mrs Helen, 2 Balfour-pl 

Dick, Mrs Mary Ann. Camns-so 

Dorward, Ann, caretaker, 40 High-st 

Douglas, Mrs C, 111 Dundee-st 

Dowell, Mary A , teacher, Dundee-st 

Drake, Jeannie, 24 Barry-rd 

Drummond, M., factory-worker, 45 Brown-st 

Dryburgh, Mrs Harriet, 4(5 W Maule-st 

Duncan, Mrs Ann, 50 Kinloch-st 

Duncan, Mrs Jane, 31 Yeaman-st 

Duncan, Mrs Martha, 28 Maule-st 

Duncan, Mis M. A., Viewforth 

Edward, Mrs I. B., The Bungalow Green-lane 

Fairlie, Annie H., 120 Dundee-st 

Farquharson, Mrs A., Haricot, Green-lane 

Farquharson.M.A., confectioner,82 Kinloch-st 

Ferguson, Mrs A., confectioner, 71 Dundee-st 

Ferguson, Mrs Einmeline B., 1 Willow-paik 

Ferrier, Mrs Charles, Fir-bank 

Ferrier, E., factoryworker, 61 Panmure ter 

Findlay, Mrs Dora, 74 High-st 

Finlayson, Mrs Margaret, It West-path 

Forbes, Mrs Jane, Salisbury-pl 

Forrest, Mrs Mary, Victoria-st 

Forsyth, Mrs M., Roslyn-cot , Millar-st 

Fox, Mrs Helen, 7 Fox-st 

Fox, Mrs Mary, Glen Cottage 

Fullerton, Jane, 15 Locbty-st 

Fullerton, Martha J., S Airlie-pl 

Fyfe, Mrs Elizabeth, Brown-st 

Fyfe, I., factoryworker, 128 Kinloch-st 

Gardiner, Mrs E., Fernbank 

Gardyne, Edith, 59 High-st 

Gardyne, Edith G., 59 High-st 

Gardyne, Minnie, 59 High-st 

Geekie, Annie, Camus-st 

Geekie, Jean, Agatha-bank, Camus-st 

Gibb, Mrs E., Braefoot 

Gibson, Mrs E., 145 Kinloch-st 

Gillies, Raohael, draper, 153 Kinloch-st 

Gordon, Susan, nurse, 3 Fox-st 

Gorrie, Mrs I., Belleville 



Gourlay, Mrs A., Rose-st 

Gourlay, Mrs C, blacksmith, 1 Orchard-ter 

Graham, Mrs J., Fairlaw Cottage, Terrace-rd 

Grant, Mrs I., 7 Kimlierley-buildings 

Gray, Catherine, Garnetbank, Collier-st 

Gray, Mrs Jemima, 9 Park-ave 

Gray, J., Garnetbank 

Gray, Mrs Joan, 28 Kinloch-st 

Greig, Agues, servant, 4 Thomas-st 

Guild, Mary, Bioomlea, 7 Philip-st 

Guthrie, Mrs E. A. K., Carnoustie 

Guthrie, Mis M. L., Lochty, Lochty-st 

Hampton, Mary, Rose-st 

Hanton, Mrs David, 27 Barry-rd 

Hardie, Mrs Amelia, 1 Kimberley-buildings 

Hardie, Jane, 5 Kimberley-buildings 

Harrington, Mrs Matilda, Thistle-st 

Hay, Jane, shirtmaker, 34 Queen-st 

Hay, Jessie C, 18 Kirkton-ter 

Henderson, Mrs Helen, Links-parade 

Hendry, Mrs J. M. hotelkeeper, Bruce's hotel 

Hepburn, M., dressmaker, Charles-st 

High, Agnes, factory-worker, Southerwood-pl 

High, C.j draper, High-st 

High, Mrs Mary, 73 High-st 

Hill, Lizzie, 28 Barry-rd 

Hird. Mrs R. F., Rock-cottage, Tay-st 

Hosie, Mrs Annie, 154 Kinloch-st 

Hutton, Mrs B. D., Camus-st 

Hynd, Mrs I. B., Cliftonbank, Collier-st 

Ireland, I., 5 Fox-st 

Irvine, Ann, 1 Douglas-pl 

Jackson, Mrs Jane, Leaside, 36 Collier-st 

Jamieson, Anna Carrie, 3 Kiinberley-cot 

Jamieson, Mrs I., 15 Barry-rd 

Keillor, Elizabeth, 23 Yeaman-st 

Kennedy, Mrs Jessie, 57 Dundee-st 

Kerr, Mrs Jane, 22 Philip-st 

Kidd, D. M., Kirkton Bank, Terrace-rd 

Kidd, Mrs E., Southerwood-pl 

Kidd, Mrs L., clubkeeper, Links Parade 

Kinnear, Betsy, dressmaker, 32 High-st 

Kitto, Mrs M., Braefoot 
Kydd, Mrs Jolmjun., Lochend 

Lamb, Mrs Betsy, 24 Barry-rd 

Lamb, Mrs Sarah, Green-lane 

Langlands, M. 1L, confectioner, 94 Dundee-st 

Lawrence, Mrs Mary, 18 Collier-st 

Lindsay, E. J., Craigie Cottage 

Lindsay, Mrs, Paris-hill, Terrace-rd 

Livingstone, Mrs, restaurateur 13 High-st 

Low, Georgiua P., 1 Lochty Avenue 

Low, Elsie, 39 Lochty-st 

Low, Jane C, 1 Lochty -av 

Low, Mary Jane, 1 Lochty-av 

Low, Mrs Isabella, 57 Kinloch-st 

Lowden, Barbara, fact'y-wker, 17 Panmure-st 

Lowden, Mrs M., 3 Balfour-pl., Balfour-st 

Lowson, Mrs A., Hillview, Queen-st 

Lowson, Betsy, nurse, Ferrier-st 

Lowson, Mrs J., Ferrier-st 

Lowson, Margaret, Terrace-rd 

Lumgair, Mary E., restaurateur, 5 Queen-st 

Lunigair, M E. , 3 Balfour-pl 

Lyall, Mrs Jane, 8 Park-ave 

Macdonald, Mrs Jessie, 19 Queen-st 

Macdonald, Mrs Mary, 28 Philip-st 

Maogregor, Mrs H. A. S., 67 Barry-road 

Machar, Mary J., James-st 

MacKenzie, Mrs A., Commercial-buildings 



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CARNOUSTIE FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



Malcolm, Jessie, 2 Salisbury ter 

Mann, Maggie, Lochend-road 

Mann, Mary, Lochend-road 

Manson, Christina, 74 Barry-rd 

Marshall, Mrs Ann, Links-parade 

Martin, Agnes, 13 Yeaman-st 

Martin, Mrs A., Braefoot 

Martin, Mrs F.. 158 Kinloch-st 

Martin, Mrs J.,' "The Hollies," 49 Kinloch-st 

Mason, Margaret, 31 High-st 

Masterton, Mrs Helen, 2 Willow-park 

Mathers, Mrs, factory worker, Panmure-st 

Middleton, Mrs J., Prairie-rd 

Middleton, Mrs M., 121 Kinloch-st 

Mill, E. H., Links Parade 

Mill, Isa., Links Parade 

Millar, Mrs C, Carlogie-rd 

Millar, Mrs Grace, Ashlea 

Millie, Mrs Agnes M., Eagle-mount 

Milne, Ann, 46 Kinloch-st 

Milne, E., 3 Lochty-avenue 

Mitchell, Mrs Barbara, 10 Kirkton-ter 

Mitchell, Mrs Betsy, 75 Dundee-st 

Mitchell, Mrs J. A., Ellerslie, Collier-st 

Mitchell, Mrs Margaret, Terrace- rd 

Mitchell, Mrs Margaret, 72 Dundee-st 

Moir. MrsM. W. S., 2 Union-pl 

Moir, Mrs M. A., 77 Kinloch-st 

Mortimer, Mrs O, 17 Barry-rd 

Motion, Mrs Helen, 95 Dundee-st 

Motion, M., factory- worker, 25 Pannmre-ter 

Mudie, Mrs I., 36 Dnndee-st 

Murray, J., china merchant, 12 High-st 

Myles, Lily, factory-worker, Prairie-rd 

M'Culloch, E. M. A., 20 Philip-st 

M'Dougall, Mrs 13 Kirkton-ter 

M'Farlane, Airs Mary, Westhaven-fann 

M'Gillivray, Elizabeth, Hobrood-st 

M'Gillivray, Isabella, Holyrood-st 

M'lnroy, Mrs I., dressmaker, 3 Gladstone-ter 

M'Intosh, Mrs J., 3 Panmure-st 

M'Intosh, Jessie, 4 Panmure-st 

M'Kay, Mrs Agnes, 10 Fox-st 

M'Kay, Mrs Margaret, Garfield-pl 

M'Laren, Mrs Betsy, 160 Kinloch-st 

M'Nab, Mrs M. C, Agra Bank, West-path 

M'Nicoll, Agues, 47 Kinloch-st 

M'William, J., factory-worker, 151 Kinloch-st 

Neilson, Mrs, V., Yeaman-st 

Ness, Sarah, dressmaker, 2 Lochty-st 

Nicoll, Bella, The Cross 

Nicoll, Mrs J., 1 Thomas-st 

Norris, Mrs Benjamin, Thistle-st 

Ogg, Mrs A., 27 Maule-st 

Ogilvie, Mrs. A., merchant, 132 Kinloch-st 

Ogilvie, Mrs E., Airlie-pl 

Ogilvie, Mrs Isabella, Ardestie 

Ogilvie, M. , factory-worker, Lily-pl., Thistle-st 

Ogilvie, Mrs M., Holmwood, Rose-st 

Ogilvy, E. M., Dormerley, Lochty-st 

Ogilvy, F. C, Dormerley, Lochty-st 

Orniond, Annie B., Lutlierbank 

Orr, Mrs Annie L., Fernlea, Maule-st 

Orr, Jane, Fernlea, Maule-st 

Osier, M., Hillside, Holyrood-st 

Osier, Marjory, Holyrood-st 

Oswald, Mrs May, 109 Dundee-st 

Paris, Jane, Rosebank, 2 Lochty-st 

Paterson, Mrs I., 5 Barry-rd 

Paterson, J., factory-worker, 56 Panmure-ter 



Paton, Mrs Helen, Braefoot 

Pattullo, Mrs Jane I., Dickmontlaw 

Peebles, Mrs A., East Lodge, Panmure 

Peter, Elizabeth, 144 Dundee-st 

Peters, Mrs Isobel, Brown-st 

Petrie, Mrs Agues, South Kinloch-st 

Petrie, A. H., dressmaker, 4 Airlie-pl., Camus-st 

Philip, Mrs M., Queeu-st 

Pliin, Mrs Jessie 1 West-path 

Porteous, Mrs L., 4 Buller-ter 

Prain, H., dressmaker, Green-lane 

Prain, Jessie, Green-lane 

Prain, Margaret, Green-lane 

Proudfoot, Elizabeth, 4 Balgowan-rd 

Rae, Ann, Regent-pl., Barry-rd 

Rae, Mary, Regent-pl., Barry-rd 

Ramsay, Mrs Annie, Ann-cottage, 46 Millar-st 

Ramsay, Mrs Celina, 147 Kinloch-st 

Ramsay, Mrs D., 7 Fox st 

Ramsay, Mrs L, Thorn-cottage 

Ramsay, Mrs I., 147 Kinloch-st 

Ramsay, Mrs J., Ethelstane 

Ramsay, Jane Ann, 148 Kinloch-st 

Reid, Mrs E., 41 Lochty-st 

Richardson, Mrs Helen D., 3 Sycamore-villas 

Ritchie, Mrs M., 73 Queen-st 

Robb, Jessie M., 43 Millar-st 

Robb, Mrs Oliver G., 9 Park Avenue 

Robb, Mrs Susan, grocer, 34 Queen-st 

Robertson, Mrs D., dairykeeper, 2 Graham-pl 

Robertson, E., 20 Philip-st 

Robertson, Mrs E., Brown-st 

Robertson, Mrs H., Crawford-lodge 

Robertson, Mrs Jane, Kinloch-st 

Robertson, Mrs Jean, Southerwood-pl 

Robertson, Mrs Jessie, 97 Dundee-st 

Robertson, Mrs Rose, Barry-rd 

Rushinan, Jessie L, 84 Dundee-st 

Ryan, Mrs M., Gibson-st 

Scobbie. Mrs C., Terrace-rd 

Scott, A., factory-worker, 121 Kinloch-st 

Scott, E. M., Links Parade 

Scott, Isabella, Rose-st 

Scott. M., 102 Dundee-st 

Scott, Mrs Margaret, Casa Blanca 

Shepherd, Matilda, 72 Kinloch-st 

Simpson, A. G., Terrace-rd 

Simpson, Mrs A., Rose-cot., Yeaman-st 

Simpson, Mrs Jeannie L., Laurel-ter 

Simpson, Mrs Jessie W., Woodside 

Smart, Margaret, Hillside, Holyrood-st 

Smeaton, Mrs M., Alpine-cot., 50Barry-id 

Smibert, Mrs E., 129 Kinloch-st 

Smith, Mrs A. P., Links-ave 

Smith, Jane, factory-worker, Prairie-rd 

Smith, Mrs K., Prairie-road 

Smith, Mrs L. A., Loehly-st 

Smith, Maria, factory-worker, Southerwood-pl 

Smith, Mary, Terrace Bank 

Smith, Mrs M, Myrtle Cottage, Tennis-id 

Smith, Mrs Mary, 176 Kinloch-ter 

Soutar, Jane, 1 Baxter-ter 

Souter, Helen Ogilvie, S Kinloch-st 

Souter, M. O., S Kinloch-st 

Speed, Ann S., Struan Brae 

Stalker, Catherine, 32 Tay mouth- st 

Stewart, Mrs B., 22 Barry-rd 

Stewart, Janet, 1 Union-pl 

Stewart, Mrs Jessie, Maryfield, Rose-st 

Strachan, Mrs Helen, 2 Cloverhill 



CARNOUSTIE FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



227 



Stuart, Mrs Jean, Thistle-st 

Stmrrock, Mrs Isabella, Douglas-pl 

Sutherland, B. J., Loehty-bank 

Sutherland, K., Lochty-bauk 

Sutherland, M., Lochty-baiik 

Suttie, Mrs M., 3 Phili'p-st 

Tarbet, Mrs Ann, 53 Duudee-st 

Tasker, C. . eonfectionerj 71 High-st 

Taylor, E., dressmaker, 30 Taymouth-st 

Taylor, E., dressmaker, 30 Taymouth-st 

Taylor, Mrs Euphemia, 3 Balfour-pl 

Taylor, Mrs Isabella, 104 Kinloch-st 

Taylor, Mrs J., 53 Taymouth-st 

Taylor, Mary Ann, basketmaker, 36 Queen-st 

Templeman, M. A., f'tory-w'ker, Panmure-ter 

Thorn, Mrs I , Maulc-st 

Thompson, Mrs A., 3S Kinloch-st 

Thompson, Mrs B. S., Lower Balmaohie 

Thomson, Mrs E. , Ferrier-st • 

Thomson, J. W., Rowan Cottage 

Thomson, Jemima, 96 Dundee-st 

Thomson. Mrs L., UUIaule-st 

Tvrie, Mrs A., 14 Millar-st 

Vannet, Mrs M., 24 Maule-st 

Verth, Mrs Rebecca, 21 Kinloch-st 

Vinton, Mrs M. A., Brown-st 

Walker, Charlotte, Thomas-st 

Walker, H. , Garland-cottage 

Walker, J. H , confectioner, 4 Loehty avenue 

Wallace, Mrs E., Airlie-pl 



Walters, Mrs A. clitbUeeper, Links-parade 

Watson, Mrs A. G., Lame -ter 

Watson, H. J., dressmaker, 22 Col.ier-st 

Watson, Mrs I , 57 Panmure-ter 

Watson, Jane, 22 Collier-st 

Watt, Mrs Alexander, Brown-st 

Watt, Mrs Jane, Lismore, Links-parade 

White, Alexina, factory-worker, 151 Kinloch-st 

White, Mrs M. L., isli.am-ba.nk 

White, Mrs Mary weaver, 18 Panmure-st 

Whitton, Barbara, 35 Kinloch-st 

Whitton, Mary, factory- woiker, Brown-st 

Whitton, Mrs Mary Ann, 38 Kinloch-st 

Whyte, Mrs Mary, 111 Dnndee-st 

Wilkie, Mrs M., Brown-st 

Wilkie, Mrs Susan, Barry-rd 

Will, Mrs A., Commercial-buildings 

Will, Mrs Blanche, 4 Park-pl 

Will, Mary A., 45 Dundee-st 

Williams, Mrs E., Kimberley-pl 

Williams, Mrs Jane, 41 Maule-st 

Wilson, Mrs Ann, Ashton-villa, Dundee-st 

Wilson, Jane Y., 45 Millar-st. 

Wilson, Mrs Margaret, Ivy-pl 

Winter, Mrs James N., S Balgowan-park 

Winter, Mrs J. J., Winterdyne 

Winter, Joan, Park-house 

Wood, Mrs A., Commercial-buildings 

Yool, Mrs Margaret, 21 Dundee-st 

Young, Mrs M. L., Annslea-cottage 



PARISH OF 

Alexander, Helen A., 4 Church-st 

Alexander, Margaret C, 4 Ghurch-sr 

Allison, Mrs J., 26 Carlogie-rd 

Anderson, E. A., IS Arbroath-rd 

Banks, Christina C, Roek-cot 

Batchelor, Mrs Ruth, Dalhousie-st 

Black, Mrs E., Guthrie-st 

Black, Mrs Helen, 13 William-st 

Bonnyman, Margaret R., 11 Church-st 

Bradburn, Mrs Mary, Alpha-place 

Brown, Mrs Jessie, Alpha-pl 

Burns, Mrs A. B. , 21 Ireland-st 

Campbell, Mrs I., Sycamore-villas 

Chalmers, Annie, 35 Church-st 

Clark, Barbara, Westhaven 

Clark, Helen, 10 Ireland-st 

Clark, Mrs Jane, Ogilvie-place 

Clarkson, Mrs S., Broomrield 

Cowe, Christina, 20 William-st 

Crabb, Agnes, 1 Clarkville 

Croll, Mrs Elizabeth, 11 Church-st 

Croll, Jane, Hawthorn-cot 

Croll, Jessie P., Hawthorn, Carlogie-rd 

Davidsan, Mrs M,, Westhaven 

Dewar, Isa., dressmaker, Seabeach-cottage 

Dick, Mrs Ann, Eldon-cottage, 20 Tay-st . 

Dow, Margaret, Tayside-st 

Downie, L. M. G., Tay-st 

Duers, Mrs Sarah, William-st 

Duncan, Jeannie C, Tayside-st 

Duncan, Mrs, M'Kenzie-st 

Duncan, Mrs M. R., 22 lreland-st 

Eaton, Patricia A. B., Ogilvie-pl 

Edwards, Mrs Annie, 23 Ireland-st 

Falconer, Mrs I., Brinkburn 

Findlay, Maggie, dressmaker, Acorn-cot 



PANBR1DE. 

Fitciiett, Jane S., 66 Ireland-st 

Fleming. Annie Hurst, 9 Carlogie-rd 

Forrest, Agnes, Tay-st 

Fox, Ann, 12 Tayside-st 

Fox, Mrs Mary, '53 Ireland-st 

Hall, Mrs Mary I., 23 Carlogie-rd 

Harper, Mrs A., 63 Ireland-st 

Henderson, Amelia, restaurateur, Ireland-st 

Henderson, Mrs B., Westhaven 

Henderson, Margaret M., Tay-st 

Henderson, Mrs M. S., Ormlie-lodge 

Henry, Mrs E. F. S., Beach-cottage 

Hogg, Martha, Norwood, M'Kenzie-st 

Horsburgh, Isabella, Dalhousie-st 

Hunter, Mrs Evelyn, Guthrie-st 

Kydd, Agnes. Marchbank 

Kydd, A., 7 Arbroath-rd 

Kydd, Mary, Marchbank. 

Laird, Mrs M. M., The Birches 

Lamond, Mary H., 14 lreland-st 

Lamont, Mrs J., i Ireland-st 

Lawson, Mrs M., Bourtree-bank 

Lawson, Mary, 17 Ireland-st 

Lee, Mrs C, 6 Carlogie-rd - 

Lindsay, Mrs Jane. 18 William-st 

Livingstone, Mrs M., restaurateur, 9 Chureh-st 

Low, Mrs I., 21 Church st 

Lowson, Mrs A., Slayfield, Guthrie-st 

Luingair, Isabella, 39 Church-st 

Marshall, Mrs Mary, 7 Carlogie-rd 

Mathewson, E., Fairmount 

Meekison, Agnes, Burnside-ter 

Melvin, Mrs. J. W., 88 Ireland-st 

Middlemass, Mrs I., Dalhousie-st 

Millar, Mrs C, 32 Ca.-logi»-rd 

Millar, Mrs E.,"5 Church-st 



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CARNOUSTIE FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS. 



Moncur, Mrs Jane, Millearn-ter 
Morgan, Mrs B. H., Douglasleigh 
Morgan, Mrs M., Clifton Grange 
M'Cullocli, Mrs, 1 Carlogie-rd 
M'Donald, Mrs J., Mariner-st 
M'Gavin, Mrs Jane H., Mariner-st 
M'JLean, Mrs Mary, Westhaven 
MNab, Mrs Margaret C, Agra Bank 
M,Ritchie, MrsM., 31 Ireland-st 
Nicoll, Mrs Jane, 17 Chm-ch-st 
Nicoll, M., teacher, E Maule-st 
Ogilvie, Mrs M., 2 Tayside-st 
Peters. Mis M., Westliaven 
Ramsay, Ada, Runnymead 
Ramsay, Mrs I., Thorn Cottage, Ireland-st 
Rankin, Mrs Annie, Richmond 
Robertson, Mrs Annie, Dalhousie-st 
Robertson, Elizabeth, Merh'eld, Carlogie-rd 
Robertson, Jessie I , 5 Carlogie-ter 
Robertson, Mrs. Helen, 5 Arbroath-rd 
Robertson, Mrs H., 2 Williain-st 
Robertson, Mrs Jane, Westliaven 
Robertson, Mrs M. M., grocer, Mariner-st 
Scott, Mrs Helen, 36 Carlogie-road 
Scott, Mrs Jessie, Westliaven 



Scott, Mrs Win., Gallawlaw, 57 Ireland-st 

Belters, Mrs Maggie, 64 Ireland-st 

Simpson, Mrs C, Rowanlea Collier-st 

Simpson, Mrs, 19 Church-st 

Smart, Mrs Margaret, 51 Ireland-st 

Smith, Mrs A., Panmure-bank, Church-st 

Smith, Mrs I., 16 Ireland-st 

Spark, Mrs H., 47 Ireland-st 

Stewart, Annabella, Dunellan 

Stewart, M., 59 Ireland-st 

Stirling, Jessie, laundress, 55 Ireland-st 

Storrie, Mrs Catherine, Viewlield 

Strachan, C, teacher, Burnside-ter 

Strachan, Mrs Jessie, Seaview-villa 

Teviotdale, Mrs E., 55 Ireland-st 

Thomson, Mrs Alex., 19 Carlogie-rd 

Tulloch, Mrs M., Fairmont, Guthrie-st 

Walker, E. B., Clairmount 

Watt, Mrs Jane M., Westhaven 

Whyte, Mrs J. R., licensed grocer, Ireland-st 

Willshaw, Mrs F. S., Alexandra-ter 

Wilson, Annie B. , Guthrie-st 

Wilson, Mrs I., Gayfield 

Wilson, Marion A., Guthrie-st 

Wright, Mrs M., Lmnachton 



Carnoustie List of Trades and Professions. 



Agents 

D. A. M'Corquodale, Maryville (Scottish 

Equitable Life Assurance Society and 
Norwich Union Fire). 
A. C. M'Corquodale, High Street (Life, Fire, 
&c, Assurance). 

E. W. Butchart (for J. Pullar & Sons, dyers 

Perth,) High-street 
E. W. Butchart, High-street, (Emigration 

Agent) 
John Robertson (factor for the Right Hon. the 

Earl of Dalhousie), Panmure Estate 

Office, Carnoustie 
Misses Gardyne (Empress Laundry Coy.), High 

Street 
D. T. Wilson (Arbroath Steam Laundry), 

Dundee-street. 
Carnoustie Co-Operative Association Ltd., (for 

A. & J. Macnab Ltd., dyers, Edinburgh) 

A reinfects. 
James P. Bruce, High-st 
J. Wallace Archer, Halliburton 

Bakers. 

Carnoustie Co-operative Association, Limited 

Carnoustie Equitable Co-operative Society 

William Nicoll, 'Hie Cross 

H. Daer, Dundee-st 

T. B. Cunningham, Uundee-st and High-st 

Durham & Soutar, Dundee-st 

Banlcs. 

Bank of Scotland (branch) ; head office, 
Edinburgh. John M. Tawse, agent, Car- 
noustie 

North of Scotland Bank, Ld. (branch) ; head 
office, Aberdeen. J. P. Morison, agent, 
Carnoustie. 



National Bank of Scotland, Ltd. ; head office, 
Edinburgh. David M. Kidd, agent, Car- 
noustie. 

Savings Bank (Barry and Panbride), Dundee 
st, Carnoustie. A. Balfour Walker, t :eas- 
urer; D. M. Kidd, secretary. 

Blacksmiths. 

David Ewan, Barry 

Andrew Robertson, Park-avenue, Carnoustie 

Chas. Rattray, Scryne, Panbride 

Jas. Shields, Muirdrum 

Gourlay & Son, Links-avenue 

J. P. Cochrane & Co., Ltd., Westhaven 

Boarding Houses. 
Miss Barbour, Allanbank Boarding House, 

Terrace-rd 
Mrs Hendesson, Glencoe Boarding House 

Links Parade. 

Booksellers, Neivsagents, &c. 
A. Buik, High-st 
Andrew Simpson, High-st 
Robert Fox, Barry-rd 
Misses Gardyne, High-st 
Alex. Scott, Dundee-st 
Mrs Ferguson, Dundee-st 
Mrs Will, High Street 
Alex. Simpson, High-st 
Carnoustie Gazette, High-st 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 
William Whyte, High-st 
William P. Sturrock, High-st 
Scroggie Bros, (wholesale), Carnoustie 
J. Winter & Sons, Ld. (wholesale), Carnoustie 
Charles Spark, High-st 
David Fylfe, Church-st 



CARNOUSTIE TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



229 



Robert Fox, Barry-rd 

William Fotheringham, Queen-st 

J. Barrie, Muirdrum 

Wm. McArthur, Dundee-street 

Greenlees & Son, High-st 

Cabinetmakers, &c. 
D. T. Wilson, 103 High-st, and Arbroath 

Carriers. 
T. & A. Hovell, Thistle-st 
Peter Brand, Burnside-st 

Chemical Works. 

Charles Tennant & Co., of Carnoustie, Ltd. 
(vitriol and chemical) 

Chemists and Druggists. 

David J. Henderson, High-st 
Wm. Grieve, High-st 

China, Glass, <&c, Dealers. 
Johnston's Emporium, The Cross, and 

Arbroath 
Watt's Emporium, Albert-place 
Miss Murray, High-st 

Cloth Merchants. 
R. P. Blakelock, Catherine Bank 
James Fotheringham, Maule-st 
Jas. Smietou & Sons (jute), Panmure Works 
and Dundee 

Coal Merchants. 

Thos. Muir, Son, & Patton, Limited, Railway 

Station 
Carnoustie Contracting Company, Ferrier-st 
Carnoustie Coal and Lime Company, Railway 

Station 
Smith, Hood & Co., Railway Station 
J. S. Hood & Co., Station-rd 
George Will, Brown-st 



Carnoustie Co-Operative Association L 



Depot, Brown-st 

Confectioners. 
Mrs Ferguson, Dundee-st 
Daer, 91 Dundee-st 

A. Dimarco, Park-avenue, Station-road 
Mrs Beattie, Tea Rooms, Dundee-st 
Mrs James Livingstone, High-st 
Miss Lumgair, Queen-st 
Miss Henderson, Station-rd 
Miss C. Tasker, High-st 
Mrs Smith, Victoria-st 
Mrs Baldy, Barry-rd 
Mrs Allan, High-st 
Miss Crighton, Kinloch-st 
Miss J. H. Walker, High-st 
Miss M. Robertson, High-st 
Miss Hosie, Dundee-st 
A. Donunzio, Ferrier-st and Kinloch-st 
Miss Langlands, Dundee-st 



td. 



Contractors and Carters. 

Carnoustie Contracting Company, Ferrier-st 
Charles Wilson, Dundee-st 
George Will, Brown-st 

Cycle Agents. 
John M'Andrew, Dundee-st 
Mrs James Gilbert, Dundee-st 
Wm. Tosh, High-st 

Dairies and Dairymen. 
Fairlie Bell, Newton 
Wm. Steven, Craigmill 
Win. Grieve, Rottenrow 
William Suttie, Clayholes 
J. Stewart, Panbride 
Jas. Boath, Greenlawhill 
Miss M. Mann, Hunterstown 
James Smart, PanmureWorks 
T. Small, Cotside 
Charles Sharp, Kirkton-bank 

Den'ists. 
V. Sime, High-st 
J. Wilson, Dundee-st 

Drapers. 

Carnoustie Co-operative Association, Ltd. 

Galbraith & Prain, High-st 

J. D. M 'After, High-st 

Miss Catherine High, High-st 

Misses Gillies, Paninure-st 

Miss Small, Queen-st 

Geo. Shand, High-st 

David Hutchison, High-st 

The Little Wonder, Dundee-st 

J. R. Mackenzie, High-st, and Arbroath 

Engineers and Ironfounders. 
G. Anderson & Co., Taymouth Engineering 
Works 

Fishmongers. 
W. Latto, High-st 

Fleshers. 
James T. Duncan, High-st 
R. Millar, High-st 
John C. Findlay, High-st 
Wm. Black, Dundee Street and High-st 

Fruiterers and Greengrocers. 

C. F. Clarkson, High-st 

D. Alexander, The Cross 
George Sturrock, High-st 
Miss Clark, Dundee-st 

W. Graham, Dundee-street 

Game Dealers. 
C. F. Clarkson, High-st 
George Sturrock, High-st 
R. Millar, High-st 

General Merchants. 
Mrs Fyffe, Brown-st 
Mrs Eobb, Queen-st 
Miss Brown, Queen-st 
Mrs Clark, Muirdrum 
Miss Ramsay, Panmure-st 



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CARNOUSTIE TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



John Smith, Barry 
Robert Fox, Barry-rd 
James Hay, Millar-si 
Mrs Robertson, Westliaven 
Mrs Murray, Muirdrum 
J. Barrie, Muirdrum 

Golf Club Makers. 

Charles Brand, Caledonia Golf Club 

Robert Simpson, golf club and ball maker, 

Golf-house 
"Walter Hewitt, golf club and ball maker, 

Links-avenue 
Gourlay & Son, golf cleek and iron makers, 

Links-avenue 
J. P. Cochrane & Co., Ltd., Arbroath-rd 

Grocers. 

Those marked s are also Spirit Dealers 
Carnoustie Co-operative Association, Ltd. 
Carnoustie Equitable Co-operative Society 

Ltd. 
sJ. B. Dick, High-st 
William Low & Co., Dundee-st 
J. L. Cunnison, High-st 
sEdward Butchart, High-st 
sFred Robb, High-st 
sCharles A. Fox, High-st 
sWm. Murdoch, Ireland-st 
sW. D. Joiner, Barry-rd 
sJohn Napier, Kinloch-st 
sJames Robertson, High-st 
sJames Bell, Brown-st 
sMrs Jessie Whyte, Ireland-st 
John Smith, Barry 
sJohn Yool, High-st 
Buttercup Dairy Co., High-st 
sWm. Bradburn, Station-road 

Hairdressers. 
D. Crowe, High-st 
D. M. Jack, High-st 
John M'Laggan, Dundee-st 

Hotels, Inns and Taverns. 

Beaton's Hotel — John Sanderson 
Bruce's Hotel — Mrs Hendry, proprietrix 
J. Wilson (Golf Arms), Ferrier-st 
"Win. Blyth (Stag's Head), 8a Dundee-st 
Kinloch Arms Hotel — J. G. Melvin, High-st 
Dalhousie Hotel — A. B. Martin, Church-st 
Panmure Arms — Thos, Hart, Station-road 
John Robb (Golf Inn), Park-avenue 

Horsehiring and Posting. 

Alexander Greig, Ferrier-st 
Innes Miller, Taymouth Stables 
County Garage — Kinloch Arms High-st 
Proprietor— James Straehan. 

Ironmongers. 

Emporium, Dundee-st 

Johnston's Emporium, The Cross, and 
Arbroath 



Joiners and Wrights. 
Robert Millar, Dundee-st 
John Julian & Son, Muirdrum 
Small & Lumgair, Newton of P inbride 
Edward & Ramsay, Ferrier-st 
Alexander Simpson & Son, Collier-st 
Robert Reid, Loehend-crescent 
Wm. Duncan, Dundee-st 
John I. Thow, Westliaven 

Laundries. 

Carnoustie and District Laundry Coy., West 

End 
Mrs M'Gillvray, Lochty-st 
Miss Christie, High-st 

Masons and Builders. 

Andrew Robertson & Sons, Kinloch-st 
John I. Wilson, Station-rd 

Milliners and Dressmakers. 
Miss Kidd, Kinloch-st 
Miss Maggie Hepburn, Charles-st 
Miss K. High, High-st 
Misses Lawrence, Collier-st ' 

Miss Robb, Miller-st 
Miss Maggie Wilson, Dundee-st 
Misses Smieton, Barry-rd 
Miss Tindal, Graham-pl 
Miss Small, Queen-st 
Miss Kinnear, High-st 
Miss Finlay, Church-st 
Miss Scott, Carlogie-rd 
Miss Ness, High-st 
J. R. Mackenzie, High-st 
Carnoustie Co-operative Association, Ltd. 

Motor Oarages 
W. Straehan, Kinloch Arms 
George Ness, Station Hotel 

Music Teachers. 
Miss Ross, Dundee-st 
Miss Dowell, U.F. Church Hall 
Misses Straehan, Rosedene, Carlogie-rd 
Charles Robb, Bay House 
Thos. Lindsay, High-st 

Neivspaper Reporters. 

Dundee Advertiser — F. Davis, Inehcape View 
Dundei Courier — E. Robertson, Carlogie-ter 
Camous ie Gazette— YL. Chapman, High-st 
Arbroath Herald — F. Davis,. Inehcape View 
Arbroath Guide — T. Brown, Balfour-pl 

Painters and Paperhangers. 

Jas. Ellis, Dundee-st 

Jas. Sturrock & Son, High-st 

E. W. Mathewson, Dundee-st, and Arbroath 

Wm. Norwell, Station-rd, and Dundee 



Photographer, 

James Jolly, High-st 
Erdington Studio, Dundee-st 



CARNOUSTIE TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



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Plasterers. 

Alexander M'Ritchie & Sous, Almondbank 

Plumbers, Tinsmiths, and Gas fitters. 
McKay & Stewart, Dundee-st 
John M 'Andrew, Dundee-st 
3. Farquharson, High-st 

Printers. 

Alexander Buik, High-st 
James Simpson, High-st 

Refreshment Rooms. 

T. B. Cunningham, High-st., Dundee-st and 

Monifleth 
Miss Henderson, Station-road 
Mrs Allan, High-st 
Mrs Jas. Livingston, High-st 
Mrs Farquharson, Brown-st 
Miss Walker, High-st 
Miss Lumgair, Queen-st 
C. Tasker, High-st 
Miss M. Robertson, High-st 

Saddlers. 
J. Harris, Station-rd 



Alex. Hoe 



Slatei's. 

& Sons, Dundee-st 



Solicitors. 
James M Gray, Taymouth Villa 
A. C. M'Corquodale, High-st 
David O. Young, town-clerk, Newington 



Surgeons. 

0. Stewart Hunter, Dalhousie-villa, High-st 
E. Taylor, Villa Rosa 

Tailors. 
Those marked c are also Clothiers. 
eCurnoustie Co-operative Association, Limited 
cWilliam Ferrier, High-st 
cDye & Falconer, Dundee-st 
Jonathan Talbot, Muirdrum 

D. Boyle, Queen-st 

Tobacconists. 
A. Jones, High-st 
J. Ramsay, Dundee-st 
Alex. Scott, Dundee-st 
Misses Gardyne, High-st 
Mrs Ferguson, Dundee-st 
A Simpson, High-st 
A. Buik, High-st 

Watchmakers. 
Andrew Heggie, The Cross 
David Crabbe, High-st, and Dundee 
David Nicoll, G Lochty-st 
J. Ketterer, Rose-st 

Miscellaneous. 
Tins Bell, veterinary surgeon, Muirdrum 
J. Taylor, basketmaker, Philip-st 
G Gibson, Lochty Preserving Works 
A. Y.H.Wilson, monumental mason, Dundee-st 

E. Butehart, serated water laauufr., Brae foot- 
Telephone Office, Paris buildings, High-st 
Mrs Fyffe, cutler, Brown-st 

Mrs F. H. Maconachie, bone specialist, Heath 

Park 
R. Reid & Son, carriage builders, West End 
Daniel M'Callum, brassfounder and lubricator 

manufacturer, Golf-st 



Friockheim Directory. 



POPULATION— Census 1911. 
Kinuell Parish, 5S9 | Kirkden Parish, 1337 | Gutluie Parish, 257 

WEEKLY HALF-HOLID'AY. 

In Friockheim on Thursday from one o'clock. 

FRIOCKHEIM PARISH CHUECH— Services at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. P. A. Andrew. Clerk of Kirk Session and Church Trustees— Rev. 
P. A. Andrew. Treasurer of Church Trustees — William Whyte. Superintendent 
of Sunday School — Francis J. S. Paterson, Schoolhouse, Friockheim. J. M'Lean, 
Station House, Elder. Organist and Choirmaster — W. Whyte. Band-of-Hope — 
Secretary — Rev. P. A. Andrew. Church Officer — James Hosie, Gardyne Street. 
Membership, 450. 

FRIOCKHEIM U.F. CHURCH— Services at 11.15 a.m. and 6.15 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. John Smith, M.A. Session Clerk — Rev. John Smith, fro tern. 
Clerk of Deacons' Court — John A. Fraser, Andson Street, Friockheim. Super- 
intendent of Congregational Sabbath School — Alexander Annandale, Friock- 
heim. Church Officer — Alexander Whyte. Membership, 216. 

FRIOCKHEIM SCHOOL BOARD. 

Chairman — Rev. P. A. Andrew. Members — Rev. John Smith, Carnegie Soutar, 

Friockheim, John Allan, and Hector Ferrier. Clerk and Treasurer — Adam 
Oliver, S.S.C., Arbroath. 



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FRIOOKHE1M PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Master — F. J. V. Patterson, M.A. Infant Mistress — Miss Anderson. Assistants — 
Miss Stark, Miss Kinnear. Average Attendance — 155. 

GUTHRIE PARISH CHURCH— Service at 11 a.m. 
Minister — Rev. William Guthrie Law, M.A. Session Clerk, Treasurer, and Heri- 
tors' Clerk — William Irvine, School-house. Superintendent of Sunday School — 
Rev. William Guthrie Law, M.A. Organist and Choirmaster — James Nicol, 
Friockheim. Membership — 185. Church Officer and Gravedigger — George Bur- 
net, blacksmith, Kirkton. 

GUTHRIE SCHOOL BOARD. 

Chairman — Rev. W. Guthrie Law, The Manse, Guthrie. Members — Captain Guthrie, 
Guthrie Castle ; James Bayne, Greens of Gardyne ; William Rennie, Home 
Farm; Alexander Macnaughton, East Mains of Guthrie; Clerk — David Cant, 
Cotton of Guthrie. 

GUTHRIE SCHOOL. 

Headmaster — William Irvine. Assistant — Helen R. Dick. Accommodation — 112. 
Average attendance — 70. 

GUTHRIE PARISH COUNCIL. 

Chairman — Captain Guthrie of Guthrie Castle. Members — William Rennie, Home 
Farm; Alexander Macnaughtan, East Mains; James Christison, Heughhead ; 
James M'Gowan, Hillside. Inspector of Poor— William Irvine. 

KINNELL PAEISH CHURCH— Service at 11.15 a.m. 
Minister— Rev. Duncan Macarthur, M.A. Session Clerk— Rev. D. Macarthur. 
Treasurer — Rev. D. Macarthur. Superintendent of Sunday School — Rev. D. 
Macarthur. Secretary of Sunday School— Rev. D. Macarthur. Choirmaster — 
David Carr. Membership— 252. Church Officer— Joseph Alexander, Muirside, 
Kinnell. 

KINNELL SCHOOL BOARD. 
Chairman— W. C. Moyes. Members— Rev. D. Macarthur, Bruce Robertson, David 
Arnot, and James Hamilton. Clerk and Treasurer— A. Oliver, S.S.C., Arbroath. 

KINNELL PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Headmaster— James Ewing. Infant Mistress— Mrs I. Donaldson. On Roll— 100 

KINNELL PARISH COUNCIL. 

Chairman— Rev. D. Macarthur. Members— James Hamilton, Charles Low, William 
C. Moyes, and David P. Arnot. Clerk— James Ewing, Schoolhouse. Inspector 
of Poor, Collector, and Registrar — James Ewing. 

KIRKDEN PARISH CHURCH -Service at 11 a.m. 
Minister— Rev. John Boyle, M.A., B.D. Session-Clerk— Rev. J. Boyle. Super- 
intendent of Sabbath School— Rev. J. Boyle. Secretary of Sabbath School- 
Rev. J. Boyle. Organist and Choirmaster— Alexander Balharne. Membership 
— 260. 

MORTIFICATIONS. 
The Legacies entrusted to the Kirk-Session of Kirkden are- 
One of £230, by James Mudie, Esq., a former proprietor of Pitmuies, the 
interest of which to be distributed twice a year to Poor Widows, who may not 
receive, or wish to receive, assistance from the Poor's Funds; or failing such, to 
any aged person in the parish. 

Another of £200, by Mrs Mudie, widow of the aforesaid Mr Mudie, of Pit- 
muies, the interest of which to be distributed annually among Poor Widows or 
old persons, who have no parish allowance or addition to that. 

A Legacy of Z705 13s rod, by Alexander Smith, Esq., a former flax-spinner at 
Arbroath, for use and benefit of Poor Families, and Poor and Indigent Persons 
not admitted to the Roll nor receiving parochial relief. 

KIRKDEN SCHOOL BOARD. 

Chairman— Alexander Lyell of Gardyne. Members— Rev. John Boyle, M.A., B.D. ; 
James Fleming, Friock Mains, and James D. Scott, Ascurry. 



FRIOCKHEIM. 233 



KIRKDEN PUBLIC SCHOOL. 
Headmaster — John Lee. Assistant — N. B. Lee. Teacher of Industrial Work — 
Annie Lee. Average Attendance — 50. Government Grant — ^97 5s 3d. 

KIRKDEN PARISH COUNCIL. 

Members for Kirkden Ward — Alexander Lyell, Esq., of Gardyne; J. G. Scott, As- 
curry ; James Alexander, Hillkirk ; John Alexander, North Dumbarrow; and 
Thomas C. Irons, Bractullo Mill. Friockheim Ward— W. Ferrier, W. Flem- 
ing, T. S. Fraser, and T. Allan. 

REGISTRARS. 

Guthrie — William Irvine, Schoolhouse. Kinnell — James Ewing, Schoolhouse. 
Kirkden — James Ogilvie, Friockheim. 

FRIOCKHEIM CEMETERY COMMITTEE. 

John S. Fraser, William Fleming, and William Ferrier (convener). Keeper — 
Robert Easson. Superintendent and Clerk — James Ogilvie. 

FRIOCKHEIM RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. 

President — John Davidson, Damside House. Vice-President — J. S. Fraser. Secre- 
tary — George Traill, Castle Street. Committee — Charles Esplin, Hector T. 
Ferrier, W. Fleming, Carnegie Soutar, Alexander Whyte, Robert Innes, John 
Duke, James Ogilvie, Thomas Strachan, William Whyte, and Wm. M'Pherson. 
LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 

Honorary Presidents — James Falconer, M.P., and John Davidson.. President — D. 
D. Beaton. Vice-President — James Duke. Secretary and Treasurer — Alexander 
Whyte, 66 Millgate, Friockheim. Annual Meeting — First Saturday of October. 
NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY— FRIOCKHEIM AUXILIARY. 

President — Rev. P. A. Andrew. Vice-President — Rev. William Guthrie Law, M.A. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Rev. J. Smith, M.A. 

READING ROOM AND LIBRARY— Middleware. 

Hon. President— Captain Drummond. President— D. D. Beaton. Vice-Presidents 
—Rev. John Smith, M.A., John Davidson, and W. Ferrier. Secretary— James 
Bone, 53 Millgate. Treasurer — Charles Moir. Librarian — James Moir. Annual 
meeting in January. Reading Room open daily, 7 to 9.30 p.m. ; Library, Mon- 
days, 7 to 9 p.m. Annual subscription, 3s 6d and 2s 6d. 

VINNEY AND LUNAN PLOUGHING ASSOCIATION. 

Patrons — Mrs Lindsay Carnegie of Anniston, Mr and Mrs M'Grath, Letham 
Grange; D. C. R. Lindsay Carnegie of Kinblethmont, Captain Hew Blair 
Imrie of Lunan. President — Peter Smith, Fallaw. Secretary and Treasurer — 
David Hav, Lunanbank. 
BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY— Voluntary Aid Detachment. 

Commandant — Miss. M. Duke. Lady Superintendent — Mrs I. Chrighton. Quarter- 
master—Miss M. Suttie. Secretary— Miss M. Stark. 
PUBLIC HALLS. 

Assembly Hall (Accommodation 500)— Secretary and Hallkeeper — D. F. Carr, Gar- 
dyne Street. 

Free Church Hall — Secretary 

Parish Chuich Hall. Curator — James Hosie. 

Bruce Masonic Hall, Gardvne Street — Hallkeeper, William M'Pherson. 
BRUCE MASONIC LODGE (593) 

R.W.M. — James Ewing. Secretary — John S. Fraser, Andson Street. Treasurer — 
James Duke. Hallkeeper — William M'Pherson, Eastgate. Meets in Bruce 
Hall Second Thursday of each Month, from September till April, inclusive. 
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

President — D. D. Beaton. Secretary — James Ogilvie, Lilybank Street. Treasurer 
David Carr, Gardyne Street. Annual Meeting third Saturday of September. 
Annual Show in August. 

INFANTRY TERRITORIAL CORPS. 

Friockheim Detachment (Half " F Company) 5th (Angus and Dundee) Battalion 
the Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). Lieutenant F. N. E. Kitson, Parkhill, 
Arbroath, Armoury, Millgate. Miniature Range, Millgate. 

FRIOCKHEIM MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB— Established, 1914. 
President — Dr R. H. G. Bruce. Secretary and Treasurer — F. J. S. Patterson, 
Schoolhouse, Friockheim. Match Secretary — Mr A. W. Whyte, Millgate, 
Friockheim. Meets Tuesdays, Thursday, and Saturdays — 7 — 10 p.m. 



234 



FRIOCKHEIM. 



CURLING CLUB— Evenie Water. 
Patroness — Miss Bruce Gardyne. President — James Buyers. Vice-President — David 
Robertson. Secretary and Treasurer — Charles S. Salmond, Legaston. 
FRIOCKHEIM D AUGHT S CLUB. 
President — D. D. Beaton. Hon. Vice-President — Colin Napier. Vice-President — 
James Bone. Treasurer — Robert Innes. Secretary — Alexander Cummine, Pit- 
muies Mill. Meets on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings in Reading 
Room. 

FRIOCKHEIM AND DISTRICT DOMINO LEAGUE. 
President — Alexander Cummine. Vice-President — James Mitchell. Secretary and 
Treasurer — Thomas Roberts, 6 Gardvne Street, Friockheim. 

FRIOCKHEIM "OUR BOYS" FOOTBALL CLUB. 
President — George Lowden. Vice-President — James Thomson. Secretary and 
Treasurer — William Wilkie. 

I.O.G.T. FRIOCKHEIM LODGE (No. 663). 
Meets in United Free Church Hall on Friday evenings at 8.15. D.G.C.T. — James 
Moir, 31 Millgate. C.T. — W. S. Clark, Middleton Lodge. Secretary — James 
Grant, Station House. Membership — 23. 

FEEING MARKETS. 
Whitsunday — the Term day, or the first Thursday after. 
Martinmas — the Term day, or the first Thursday after. 

INTERNATIONAL PLOUGHMEN'S SOCIETY— KINNELL BRANCH. 

President — William Fairweather. Vice-President — William Todd. Treasurer — 
David Mouat. Secretary — Wm. Wilkie, 2 Millgate, Friockheim. Committee 
— Kenneth M'Lee, John Stephen, and George Traill. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE. 

J. Buyers, Damside Cottage; J. D. Guthrie, of Guthrie; Alexander Lyell, of 
Gardyne; William K. Esplin, quarrymaster, Leysmill ; D. D. Beaton, Friock- 
heim; and Charles S. Salmond, farmer, Legaston. 

POST OFFICE. GARDYNE STREET. 

Postmistress— Miss M. A. T. Carr. Money Order, Postal Order, Savings' Bank, 
and Telegraph Office. Sale of stamps and Telegraph business— 8 a.m. till 8 
p.m. Arrival of mails — 7.34 and 7.57 a.m., and 4.29 p.m. Dispatches — 8.20 a.m. 
to Muirside of Kinnell ; 12.45 P-m. to all parts; 4.10 p.m. and 6.14 p.m. to all 
parts. Deliveries — S.30 a.m. and 4.45 p.m. 

FRTOOKHEIM TRADES LIST. 



Bakers.— Carnegie Sontar, Millgate; James 
Thomson, Gardyne-st 

Bank.— North of Scotland & Town & County 
Bank, Ltd.— Agent, Geo. F. Sellar 

Billposter. — John Blaok. 

Blacksmiths.— Davi<t Mouat, West-end : Alex- 
ander Mackay, Eastgate ; David Donald- 
son. Muirside 

Bo^t aid Vine Makers. — A. Maodonald, 
Gardyne-st 

Butcher*. — A. Nieol, Gardyne-st; W. h H. 
Ferrier, Millgate ; R. & W. Taylor, West- 
gate, 

Bleachers —Douglas Fraser & Sons Ltd., 
Robert Wood, Pitmuies Mill. 

Carrier to Arbroath— Robert Ttea, Arbroath 
Coal Merchants— W. Fleming, Millgate ; Win. 

Todd & Son, Millgate 
Cycle Depots— D. Mouat, West End Cycle 

Saloon ; Edward Snttie, Millgate. 
Drapers— Wm. Whyte, Gardyne-st ; Alex. 

Annandale, Westgate 



D'essma^ers — Miss Gordon, Gardyne-st ;Mrs 
Fyfe, Union-st ; Miss Snttie, Millgate 
Miss Wilkie, Millgate. 

Engineers and Millwrights — J. & G. Fitchet, 
' Gightybnni ; J. & D. Craig, Idvies Mill. 

Fireivocd Manufacturer — Win. Fleming 

General Merchants — Mrs Reid, West-end ; 
Miss Isabella Ferrier, Millgate ; Mrs John 
Stephen, Gardyne-st 

Grocers. — Licensed — John Gray, Westend ; 
John Muirden, Gardyne-st. Un-lieensed — 
Win. Fyfe, Gardyne-st ; Miss Shepherd, 
Union-st; Miss J. P. H.ndie, Leysmill: 
Miss Nicoll, Leysmill 

Hotels— D. Gair(Star); G. Lowden (Railway) ; 
J. Allan (Balmoral) ; 6-day licences. 

Joiners — Alexander Moir, Westgate ; Geo. 
'J'raiil, Middlegate 

Ku«cfcer</.— Stratlunore Salvage Co.Ld, Greens 
of Gardyne. James Bayne, manager 

Laundresses— Mrs Easton, Andson-st ; Mrs 
Gibb, Kinnaird-st ; Mrs Flight, Lilybank- 
st 



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235 



Mason— C. Esplin, Gardyne-st 

Medical Practitioner.— R. H. G. Bruce, 

M.B.C.M. , Eastgate-House. 
Millers— Mrs Cutiliniiie, Pitmuies ; G. Irvine, 

Denton-mill ; Geo. Whittet, Boysack-mill 

Music Teachers— William WlVyte, Gardyne-st 
Piinter— John Young, Middlegate 
Qtiarrymen — Esplin Quarries Ltd., Middleton 
S ater— J. S. Fraser, Andson-street 



Saddler — D. S. Adam, Gardyne-street 

Stationers and Newsagents — S. Murray, Gar- 
dyne-street ; M. A. T.Carr, Post Office 

Tai'ors—yfm. Whyte, Gardyne-street ; Tas. 
Tosh, do. ; Tohn Davidson, do ; Alex. 
Annandale, Westgate 

Watchmalcers. — John Black, Brown's Land 
Alexander Thomson, Miligate. 



St Vigeans Directory. 



POPULATION— Census 1911— St Vigeans Kegistration District 1909. 



ST VIGEANS PARISH CHURCH— Services, 11.15 a.m.; and 
April to October, 6 p.m. 
Minister— Rev. Charles Edward Duff, B.D. Session Clerk— William Gould, St 
Vigeans. Kirk Treasurer — Robert Donaldson, East Newton. Superintendent 
of Sabbath School — Rev. Charles E. Duff. Organist and Choirmaster — Mr D. 
F. Hunter, Strachan Street, Arbroath. Registrar of Marriage Proclamations 
— J. Stewart, Letham Mill House. Membership, 659. Church Officer — A. Ben- 
net, Kirk Stile. 

ARBROATH AND ST VIGEANS (LANDWARD) SCHOOL BOARD. 
Chairman — Rev. A. Mills. Members — Hon. J. F. Bruce, and Messrs A. D. Eowson, 
D. Grieve, C. E. Duff, F. N. E. Kitson, and Percy E. Morgan. Clerk and 
Treasurer — Norman M'Bain, solicitor, Arbroath. Officer — William Gould, St. 
Vigeans. Three Schools — St Vigeans, Colliston, and Auchmithie. 

ST VIGEANS PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Headmaster— William Beattie. Infant Mistress— Catherine R. Fraser. Class Mis- 
tress — Caroline M. Gray. Roll — 115. Average Attendance — 105. Annual Grant 

ST .VIGEANS TRADES LIST. 



Blacksmiths. 

Peter Petrie, Seaton 
Alex. Sturrock, Bridgeton 
John Kerr, Drunkenrlub 
James Crabb, Auchniithie 
George Grant, Woodville Feus 

Bleachers. 

Watson & Co., Waulkmills 

Dairymen. 
D. Patterson, Letham Farm 
James Low, Muirheads 
Wm. M'Ewan, Culloden 
Thomas Hosie, West Seaton 
James Whyte, East Seaton 

Joiners and Millwrights. 
J. Kirkwood, Drunkendub 

Wm. Gould, St Vigeans 
James Smart, Seaton 
Shanks, Waulkmills 



Miller. 
W. Bowie, Letham Mill 

Market Gardeners 
A. D. Bennett St Vigeans 
D. Leadinghain, Bishop Loch 

C. Paterson, Woodville Feus 
Alex. Smith, Woodville 
George Esplin, Hollybank 
Thomas Malcolm, Lndvpark 
Wm. Mitchell, Maryrield 
James Valentine, Woodville Fens 
John Watt & Son, do 
Charles Valentine, do 

D. Low, Fraserrield 
David Ramsay, Bosebank 
George Hodge, Marywell 
David Gair, Tarryinill 

Registrar, 

John Stewart, Letham Mill House 

/tope and Twine Spinner. 
John Priugle. Tarry Mil 



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Carmyllie Directory. 



POPULATION -Census 1911 -Carmyllie Parish, 847 

CARMYLLIE PARISH CHURCH— Services, 11.15 (and 6 p.m. in Summer) 

Minister — Rev. James Gordon Lyon, M.A., B.D., Session Clerk and Superintendent 

of Sabbath School — Rev. J. G. Lyon. Harmoniumist and Choirmaster — David 

Buchan, Redford. Membership— 207. Church-Officer — William Weir, Glebe 

Cottage. 

CARMYLLIE U.F. CHURCH— Services at 11 a.m. (and Evening— First 

Sabbath of Month, April to October) ; Moonlight Sundays in Winter. 
Ministers— Rev. J. Keith, M.A. (retired), Aberdeen ; Rev. J. Thomson, M.A., 
U.F.C. Manse. Clerk of Deacons' Court — Rev. J. Thomson. Superintendent of 
Sabbath School — W. F. Anderson, West Schoolhouse, Greystone. Congrega- 
tional Treasurer — James Sturrock, Greystone. Organist — D. M. Fyffe, Car- 
noustie. Membership — 191. Church Officer — James Taylor, Greystone. 

ONWARD AND UPWARD ASSOCIATION AND SCOTTISH MOTHERS' UNION 
President — The Countess of Dalhousie. Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs W. F. 
Anderson, West Schoolhouse. Meets quarterly. 

SCHOOL BOARD. 

Chairman — Rev. James Gordon Lyon, The Manse, Carmyllie; Members — Rev. John 
Thomson, U.F. Manse; David Young, Cononsyth ; William Lindsay, Chamber- 
lainknowe ; and John L. Soutar, Miltcnhaugh. Clerk and Treasurer — James 
Mackintosh, solicitor, Arbroath. Officer — John Esplin, Greenfield. 

SCHOOLS. 



East School — Headmaster — George S. Mac- 
donald. Assistants — Miss J. A. Smith : 
Miss M. Carnegie. On Roll — 90. Average 
attendance— 73. Grant, £148 15s Id 



WestSchool — Headmaster — W. F. Anderson. In- 
fant Mistress — Miss Brown. Assistant, 
Miss Binnie. Roll, 8ft. Average Attendance 
85-6. Grant. £163 Is 9d. 



PARISH COUNCIL. 

Chairman — Rev. J. Gordon Lyon. Members — William Lindsay, Chamberlainknowe ; 
William Binnie, Crofts; Charles Potter, Redford; Carnegie Sim, Carnegie; 
David Young, Cononsyth; Rev. John Thomson, U.F. Manse. Clerk — Geo. S. 
Macdonald, East Schoolhouse. Medical Officer — Wiliam Barron, M.D., Letham. 
Representative to the Arbroath District Committee of County Council — Mr 
William Lindsay. 

INSPECTOR OF POOR. COLLECTOR OF RATES. AND REGISTRAR. 

Inspector of Poor — George S. Macdonald, East Schoolhouse. Collector of Rates — 
G. S. Macdonald. Registrar — W. F. Anderson, West Schoolhouse. 

COUNTY COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES. 

County Councillor for Carmyllie — William Binnie, Crofts. Representative from 
Parish Council — (Vacant). 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE IN CARMYLLIE. 
Colonel Ouchterlony, The Guynd ; William Binnie, Crofts. 

LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 

Hon. Presidents — Lord Pentland and James Falconer, M.P. President — Robert 
M'Dougall. Vice-President — William Lindsay. Secretary and Treasurer — Wm. 
Binnie, Crofts. 

CARMYLLIE AND DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

President — Miss Ouchterlony. Vice-Presidents — Miss Jackson, Rev. J. Thomson, 
James W. Morgan. Secretary — William Walker, Redford. Treasurer — Charles 
Walker, Redford. Exhibition at the Guynd in August. 

INTERNATIONAL PLOUGHMEN'S SOCIETY— Carmyllie Branch. 
President — Henry Milne. Vice-President — James Sturrock. Treasurer — Alexander 
Webster. Secretary — W. Binnie, Crofts. Committee — C. Binnie, G. Soutar. 
R. Binnie, C. Walker, David King, D. Cowie, D. T. Webster. 



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237 



CARMYLLIE AND DISTRICT PLOUGHING ASSOCIATION. 

President — Colonel Ouchterlony, The Guynd. Vice-President — J. W. Morgan. 
Secretary — R. M'Dougall, West Hills. Annual Meeting in November. Annual 
match in December. 

POST OFFICES. 
Carmyllie (Redford) — Mrs A. Binnie, Post- I Greystone — Jas. Sturrock, Postmaster. Post 
mistress. Post ar. 9.40 a-m ; leaves 1.5 p-m | arrives 9.30 ; leaves, 2.C. 

CARMYLLIE TRADES LIST. 



Blacksmiths— Wm. Mudie, Bedford; Peter 
Constable, Hayhillock 

Coal Agent Alex. Webster, Redford. 

Carrier to Arbroath on Satui days — John 
Kydd, Greystone. 

Grocers— Charles Walker, Redford ; Mrs 
A. Binnie, Bedford ; Chas. Anderson, 
Cairneonon : Wm. Weir, Milton; James 



Sturrock, Greystone 
Joiner — James Buchan, Bedford. 
Police /. an— James Robertson, Bedford 
Raihray Station — Dundee and Arbroath Joint 

Bailway. — Agent, W. M. Walker. 

Shoemaker — Alex. Webster, Bedford ; Wm. 
Brown, Manse Cot. ; J Taylor, Greystone 
Tailor— John Cuthill 



Arbirlot Directory. 



POPULATION— Census 1911 - Arbirlot Parish, 840. 

ARBIRLOT PARISH CHURCH. 

Minister— Rev. W. W. Scotland. Session Clerk— Rev. W. W. Scotland. Leader 
of Psalmody — Andrew Beatt. Organist — Miss Scotland. Superintendent of 
Sunday School — Rev. W. W. Scotland. Church Officer — William Birse, Arbirlot. 
Sexton — W. Craig. Membership — 330. - 

ARBIRLOT U.F. CHURCH— Services at 11.15 a.m. (and 6 p.m. from April 
to September). 

Minister— Rev. E. T. Vernon, M.A. Clerk of Kirk-Session— Mr James. Hall, Crudie 
Acres. Clerk of Deacon's Court — Mr Alexander Binnie, Gallowden. Treasurer 
of Central and Congregational Fund — Mr Thomas Norrie, Fallows of Arb : rlot. 
Superintendent of Sunday School — The Minister. Organist and Choirmaster — 
Mr James Thorn, Arbroath. Church Officer — Mr William Lamb, Arbirlot. 
Membership — 60. 

ONWARD AND UPWARD ASSOCIATION AND SCOTTISH 
MOTHERS' UNION. 

President — Mrs Lindsay-Carnegie of Annistoni. Secretary — Mrs Vernon, U.F. 
Manse. Treasurer — iftiss Smith, Woodlands. Annual Meeting — October. 

SCHOOL BOARD. 

Chairman — D. A. M'Corquodale. Members — Rev. W. W. Scotland, W. R. Addison 
Scott, James Graham, George Chalmers, and William Craig. Clerk and Treas- 
urer to School Board — W. K. Macdonald, Town Clerk, Arbroath. School Board 
Officer — Alexander B. Dunbar, Shelterfield, Arbirlot. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Headmaster — William Wilson. Infant Mistress — Miss Mary Colman. Assistant 

Miss Mary A. Brown. Yearly average, 99. Government Grants — ^159 4s 9d. 

PARISH COUNCIL. 
Chairman — John Harris, Crudie. Members — William Craig, Patrick Anderson 
Baird, George Chalmers, William Kydd, William M'Duff, Charles Dowall 
Mill. Collector of Rates — W. K. Macdonald, Town Clerk, Arbroath. Inspector 
of Poor— David B. Steele, Arbirlot. 



238 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



REGISTRAR AND ACTING CLERK TO PARISH COUNCIL. 

David B. Steele, Arbirlot Village. 

COUNTY COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES. 
County Councillor for Arbirlot — D. A. M'Corquodale, Cuthlie. Representative from 
Parish Council to County Council — John Harris, Crudie. 

^ANBRIDE AND ARBIRLOT DISTRICT PLOUGHING ASSOCIATION. 
President — Arthur C. Fowler. Secretary and Treasurer — William Robertson, 
Hatton. Standing Committee — John Collier, William Steven, Colin Grant, 
Patrick Baird, W. C. Swan, and William P. Thomson. Match Committee- 
John Douglas, John Clark, D. Ireland, D. Clark, .W. Robertson, Joseph Donald- 
son, James Arbuthnott, James Hall, James Jack, and John Hay. Field Com- 
mittee — Messrs J. Arbuthnott, Jack, and J. Clark. Annual meeting in Novem- 
ber. Annual match about December. 

POST OFFICE. 

Postmistress— Miss J. A. Craig. Delivery, 7.50 a.m. Despatch, 2.55 daily except 
Sundays. Letter Carriers — Arbirlot to Crombie Mill and District — James 
Smith, Arbirlot; Arbroath to Greystone — James Herd, Ann Street, Arbroath. 

ARBIRLOT TRADES LIST. 



Blacksmiths — Win. Christie, Salmond's Muir; 

John Lamont, Arbirlot ; Jas. Shields, 

bonnington. 
But h"-r — Charles Henry, Arbirlot 
Grocers — Charles Henry, Arbirlot ; John 

Harris, Salmond's Muir. 



Joiners, Ac. — David Buchan, Arbirlot; John 

Julian & Son, Muirdrum 
Market Gardener — William Craig, Arbirlot 
Miller— John Blues, Millhill 
Golf Greenkeejier -Arthur Craig, Elliot 



Auchmithie Directory. 



AUCHMITHIE PARISH CHURCH— Service at 11 a.m. 

Minister— Rev. Robert Ingram, M.A., B.D. Session Clerk— Thomas Paterson. 
Treasurer— Thomas Paterson. Clerk and Treasurer to Trustees and Managers 
—Thomas Paterson. Leader of Psalmody— Thomas Paterson. Organist— Miss 
Paterson. Church Officer— Thomas Spink, 8 Auchmithie. Membership— 135. 
Women's Guild.— President and Treasurer— The Countess of Northesk. 



AUCHMITHIE SCHOOL. 

Headmaster— Thomas Paterson. Roll— 72. Average Attendance 



-66.4. 



AUCHMITHIE HARBOUR TRUSTEES. 
The Earl of Northesk and James Falconer, M.P. ex-officio. Clerk and Treasurer 
G. G. Dalgarno, solicitor, Arbroath. 

AUCHMITHIE HALL 
Trustees— Right Hon. the Earl of Northesk, Hon. F. J. Bruce, Messrs James Reid, 
and David Spink. Secretary — The Countess of Northesk. 

AUCHMITHIE FISHING BOATS. 



No. A. H. Boat's Name. Owner' Name. 

4 Wander, Alex. Swankie 

11 Helen and Jean, - - - Thos. Swankie 

25 Polar Star, David Cargill 

Jeanie, Peter Spink 

59 Robert and Nicholas, - James Cargill 
91 Star of the East, - - - - David Spink 

159 Rose, Wm. Cargill 

171 Isabella and Charles, - - David Eaton 



No. A.H. Boat's Name. Owner's Name- 

189 Hippy Return, - - - - Robert Cargill 

187 Helen, Peter Spink 

Jeanie, Thos. Cargill 

209 Isabella, Henry Spink 

210 Guiding Star, D. Eaton & D. Shepherd 

211 Star of Peace, - - - - D. & T, Spink 
219 Thistle, Wm. Cargill 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



239 



Colliston Directory. 



COLLiSTON PARISH CHURCH— Service at 11 a.m. 

Minister— Rev. A. Mills, The Manse. Session Clerk— Rev. A. Mills. Superin- 
tendent of Sabbath School — Rev. A. Mills. Clerk and Treasurer — Mr James 
Stirling, jun., Willow Cottage. Membership — 301. Church Officer— John Caird, 
Woodside. 

COLLISTON U.S. CHURCH— Services at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. 

Minister — (Vacant). Session Clerk and Clerk of Deacons' Court — (Vacant). Super- 
intendent of Sabbath School — John Gibson. Women's Foreign Mission Treas- 
urer — (Vacant). Treasurer to Sustentation Fund — John Gibson. Leader of 
Psalmody — John Robertson, Brechin Road, Arbroath. Church Officer — John 
Alexander, Gowanbank- Membership — 100. 

COLLISTON PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Headmaster — A. D. Leadingham. Roll — 104. Average Attendance — fo.3. 

COLLISTON TRADES LIST. 



lacksmiths — George Paul, Grange of Conon ; 
W. Edwards, Colliston Mill; J. Nicoll, 
Letliam Grange ; J. Kerr, West Newton. 
Grocers — James Nairn and A. Pyott 
Innkeeper — Alexander Nairn 
Joiner — J. Alexander, Colliston Mill 
Market Gardeners — Mrs Downie, W Jennys- 
wells ; Mrs Nairn, J-nnyswells; Alex. 



Smith, Woodville Feus ; Chas. Valentine, 

Woodville Feus ; D. Ramsay, Rosebank. 
Post Office Postmistress— A. Pyott. Post 

arrives 9 a.m. and 5 p. in., leaving 1.50 p.m. 

and 5 p.m. daily except Sunday 
Shoemaker — John Gibson 
T.ilor — Alex. Mitchell 



Inverkeilor Directory. 



POPULATION- 

Inverkeilor Parish — 1376. 



-Census 1911. 
Lunan Parish- 



■312. 



INVERKEILOR PARISH CHURCH— Service at 11 a.m. 

Minister — Rev. Andrew Halden. Session Clerk — Charles Crawford, The School- 
house. Treasurer for Church — Charles Crawford. Superintendent of Sabbath 
School — Rev. Andrew Halden. Sabbath School meets in Church at 12.30. 
Leader of Psalmody — Charles Crawford. Membership — 417. Church Officer and 
Sexton — William Robertson, Anderson Terrace. Elders — Henry S. Buchan, 
Charles Crawford, David Weir Morgan. George Matthewson, and Norman 
Mitchell. 

INVERKEILOR U.F. CHURCH— Services at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. J. Adams, B.D. Congregational Treasurer — David Pyott, Inver- 
keilor. Central Fund and Foreign Missions' Treasurer — Alfred ICydd, Inver- 
keilor. Organist and Leader of Psalmody — D. W. Jackson, Arbroath. Church- 
Officer — James Arbuthnott, Inverkeilor. Membership — no. 

INVERKEILOR SCHOOL BOARD. 

Chairman — Rev. J. Adams. Members — H. S. Buchan, John Meikle, James Hynd, 
and David Hay. Clerk, &c. — A. Inglis Inverkeilor. 

INVERKEILOR PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Headmaster — Charles Crawford. Infants' Mistress — Mrs Jane A. Leitch. Assist- 
ants — Rhoda Kydd, Margaret Imrie. Average attendance — 175. School Soup 
Kitchen — Mrs Green. 

REGISTRAR. 

Inverkeilor — C. Crawford, Schoolhouse. Lunan — Archibald Wilson, Schoolhouse. 



Headmaster — J. W, 
Inverkeilor. 



CHAPELTON PUBLIC SCHOOL 

M'Lean. Average attendance 



to 90. Clerk — A, Inglis, 



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ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



INVERKEILOR PARISH COUNCIL. 

Chairman — Alexander Balfour, Inchock. Members— D. C. F. R. Lindsay Carnegie 
of Kinblethmont; Walter Linton, Boysack ; Thomas Meikle, Boghead; A. A. 
Lawson, Newton of Boysack; George Rodger, Waulkmills ; David Weir Mor- 
gan, South Mains of Ethie; James Hynd, North Mains of Ethie; and Peter 
Smith, Fallaws. Clerk and Collector of Rates— W. K. Macdonald, Arbroath. 
Inspector of Poor — A. Inglis, Inverkeilor. 

LUNAN PARISH CHURCH— Service at 11.15 a.m. 
Minister— Rev. W. P. Cox, M.A. Kirk Session— John Sherret, William Wynd, 
Thomas Edwards, and John Torrie. Session Clerk — Archibald Wilson. Super- 
intendent of Sabbath School — Mr Cox. Church Officer — Murdoch Macaulay. 
Membership — 115. Organist — Mr Wilson. 

LUNAN SCHOOL BOARD. 
Chairman — Major Blair Imrie of Lunan. Clerk and Treasurer — James A. Lindsay, 
solicitor, Montrose. Members — R. Rodger, J. A. Jarron, A. Sturrock, Rev. 
W. P. Cox. Officer— Arch. Wilson. 



Headmaster — Arch. 
Attendance — 48. 



LUNAN PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Wilson. Assistant — Margaret E. Storrie. 
Grant — ^184 os yd. End of School year- 



Roll — 51. Average 
-February 28th. 



LUNAN PARISH COUNCIL. 
Chairman — Rev. W. P. Cox. Members — Philip Durie, Major Blair Imrie, George 
Jarron, and James Sherret. Representative to District Committee — Philip 
Durie. Inspector of Poor, Collector of Rates, and Registrar — Arch. Wilson. 

INVERKEILOR CURLING CLUB. 

Patrons— Earl of Northesk, Earl of Dalhousie, Sir Mitchell Thomson, A. R. 
Duncan, and Mr D. C. F. Rutherford Lindsay Carnegie. Patronesses — Coun- 
tess of Northesk, Countess of Dalhousie, Lady Mitchell Thomson, Mrs D. C. 
F. R. Lindsay Carnegie, Mrs Rait, Mrs II. A. F. Lindsay Carnegie. President 
Hew Blair Imrie. Vice-president — H. Buchan. Joint Secretaries and Treas- 
urers — G. Rodger, Norman Mitchell. Representative Members — George Jarron 
and William Macdonald. Council of Management — Norman Mitchell, James 
Hynd, jun., James Bell, George Rodger. Skips — James A. Jarron, George 
Rodger, Patrick Bell, Robert Lindsay, H. S. Buchan, Hew Blair Imrie. 



INVERKEILOR AND 

Baker. 
Mrs David Kydd. 

Blacksmiths. 
George Mathewson, CRapelton of Boysack 
Joseph Chapman, Camperdown 
James Edwards, Newbarns 
John Kerr, Drunkendub 
W. Paul. Craigpark 
Thos. Edwards, Braehead of Lunan 
And. Edwards crofter, Braehead 
Philip, Durie, Dunninald 

Brick and Tile Manufacturers. 
Stewart, John, & Son, Anniston 

Carrier. 
Jos. Chapman, Camperdown — Tuesday & Fr 

Coal Merchants. 
Thos. Muir, Son, & Patton, Ld. 
Smith, Hood, & Co., 

Cycle Agent. 
R.Mitchell. 

Grocers. 
Alox. Inglis. 
Mrs David Kydd 



LUNAN TRADES LIST. 
James Willajmson, Chapelton 

Inn. 
Chance Inn (Wm. M'Donald) 

Millers. 
Alex. Wilson, Anniston 
G. Whittet, Boysack Mills 

Post Office. 

Postmistress — Mrs Kydd. Deliveries at 9 a.m. 
and 7.30 p.m. Despatches 12 o'clock and 
4.30 p.m. 

Shoemaker. 
James Kydd 

Storekeeper. 

W. Robertson, Station 

Taik/rs. 

Thomas Valentine 
Thomas Wyllle 

Wrights 
J. Kirkwood, Drukendub 
Stewart Lindsay (blacksmith and Wright", 

BalinullieMiU 
David M'Leod, Ethie Greens 
Win. Jolly, Lunan 





ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 241 


Farmers, &c., in Eastern Forfarshire 


{Arranged according to Parishes.) 


Arbroath and St Vigeans, 


Middleton, George, Park Conon 


Moir, James, Woodley 


Alexander, John, Colliston Mill 


Moir, Win., Birkhill 


Barr, J., East Seaton 


Moonlight, Jas., Woodville Feus 


Bell, J.., jun., Brunton 


Morgan, Percy E., Windyhills 


Bennet, G., Colliston Mill 


Morgan, James W., Grange of Conon 


Bowie, J., Woodlands Farm 


Muckart, David. Tarryburn 


Braid, Andrew, Cotton of Colliston 


Muckart, Robert, South Grange of Conon 


Braid, Wm., Westerton 


Nairn, D., Jennyswell 


Bruce, Hon. F. J., Seaton House 


Paterson, Daniel, Mains of Letham 


Caird, John, Woodside, Colliston 


Pattison, Alex. M., Firthmuir 


Carriek, W. J., Letham Grange 


Pattullo, George, Mains of Dickmontlaw 


Chalmers, Mrs G. M., Tarry Bank' 


Paul, George, Grange of Conon 


Cooper, David, Gowanbank 


Peebles-Chaplin, John II. Adam, of Colliston 


Coutts, Mrs, Marywell 


Rait, Mrs Charles, Highlands of Conon 


Coutts, Wm., Silverwell 


Ramsay, Mrs Cecilia, Rosebank 


Craig, Miss, Marywell 


Rennie, John, North Mains of Letham Mill 


Hailing, Peter, Swirleburn 


Ritchie, David, Cairnconon 


Dewar, R. D., Berryfauld 


Robbie, William, Grange of Conon 


Dickson, Mrs, Woodville 


Robertson, G. M'Laren, Millfield 


Donaldson, Robert Janiieson, Kast Newton 


Sandenian, Peter, Annfield 


Dorward, Miss Mary, Marywell 


Scott, Mrs Jane. West Newton 


Duncan, A. R, of Parkhill 


Shanks, James, engineer, Denfield 


Edwards, W., Loanhead 


Smart, Andrew O. , N Tarry 


Fanner, Charles, Millfield 


Smart, William M., N Tarry 


Findlay, Geo., Denside 


Smith, James, Grange of Conon 


Fitehet, James, Whitehall 


Smith, Mrs, of Woodlands 


Fleming, David, Woodend 


Smith, Robt., Grange of Conon 


Fleming, Geo., Fraserlield 


Smith, R. S., Bearfaulds 


Fletcher-, Conway Grant, Magutsgie 


Spence, James, Nether Newbigging 


Francis, George A., West Seaton 


Soutar, Mrs, Firhills 


Fyffe, Charles, Bramble Cottage 


Soutar, Wm., Boysaek Hill 


Garland, Alex. S., West Grange of Conon 


Soutar, Wm. G. P., Firthmuir 


Garland, Mrs, Peasiehill 


Stewart, Alexander, Marywell 


Gilruth, E. P, Seaton of Auchmithie 


Stewart, John, Letham Mill 


Grant, George, Mains of Auchmithie 


Stirling, James, Willow Cottage 


Grant, James, Firthlield 


Taylor, David, Gowanbank 


Grant, Peter, Firthmuir 


Tyrie, George, Newbigging Upper 


Gray, J. H., Muirheads 


Watson, J., Mains of Seaton 


Gray, James, Bankfoot 


Webster, Sir Francis, Ashbrook 


Gray, William, Bankfoot 


Weighton, David, Brax 


Grieve, David, Drumyellow 


Weir, Ralph K., Warddykes 


Hay, John, Knowehead, Dickmontlaw 


Whyte, Mrs, Woodville Feus 


Hay, David, East Kirkton 


Wilkie, James, Millfield Feus 


Heggie, Maurice, Whitewell 


Wilson, A. B. G., Abbethune Farm House 


Henderson, John, Newbigging (West) 


Wilson, William, Grange of Conon 


Henley, Benjamin, Inverlochy 


Young, D., Firthmuir 


Howie, Thomas, Beechwood 




Hunter, Miss Isabella F., Mary field 


Arbirlot. 


Inverarity, John, Dummiesholes 


Janiieson, J., Peebles 


Baird, Patrick A., Craigend 


Keillor, Wm., Cotton of Letham Grange 


Biimie, Robert, Fauldie-hill 


Kerr, James, Blairbank 


Blues, John, Millhill 


Laing, Alex., Mary Held 


Bowie, R. C, Mains of Kelly 


Lawson, Thos. , Springwell 


Brown, Charles, Hunterspath 


Leadingham, D., Bishoploch 


Brown, John, Peasiehill 


Leuchars, Alex., Clover Park, Colliston 


Buchanan, Charles, Athole Cottage, Elliot 


Lowson, Alexander D., Elmbank 


Carrie, James S., Emilbank, Elliot 


| Lowson, Miss Isabella Ann, North Tame 


Chalmers, William, Easter Knox 


M'Ewan, William, Mains of Colliston 


Condie, Andrew, Lesliehall 


M'Gregor, Joseph, Castleton 


Cook, David, Bank of Arbirlot 


Macgregor, Miss Alexina J., of Abbethune 


Douglas, John A., Greenford 


McGrath, Mrs, of Letham Grange 


Dunbar, Alex., Shelterliehl 


Martin, Peter, Firthmuir 


Esplin, David,' Kellyfield 


Massie, Alex. Cotton of Letham Grange 

— 


Fairlie, James, West Bahnirmer 



242 



FARMERS' LIST. 



Fairlie, James, Easter Bonliard 
Fairlie, John M., West Balmirmer 
Fowler, Arthur C., Braeside 
Graham, James, Balcatliie 
Hall, James, Crudieacres 
Harris, John, Salmond's Muir 
Harris. John, Crudie 
Hay, John, Panlathy 
Hay, '1'hos., Panlathy 
Hynd, Thomas M., Nether Kelly 
Ireland, David, East Balmirmer 
Jack, Andrew, Pitcundrum 
Jack, James, Pitcundrum 
Kydd, William, Lochaber 
Lamb, David, Blindwells 
M'Corquodale, D. A., Cuthlie 
Maxwell, David, Panlathy Mill 
Norrie, Benjamin, Denhead 
Nome, Robert, Denhead 
Norrie, Thomas A., Fallaws of Linn 
Purvis, D., Palace Green 
Samson, George, Bankhead 
Scott, Wm. It. Addison, Newton 
Sievwright, J., Bonnington 

Inverkeilor. 

Balfour, Alexander, Inchock 

Barrie, Wm ', Templeton 

Bell, James, Gilehorn 

Bell, Patrick, Redcastle 

Bell, William, Kinaldie 

Black, Peter, West Boghead 

Buchan, Harry S., Hilton 

Burness, Robert, Leys of Boysack 

Cargill, The Misses, Leysmill 

Carnegie, Mrs Stewart, New Mill of Ellue 

Carnegie, Mrs H A. F. Lindsay, of Anniston 

Carnegie, D. C. R. Lindsay, of Kinbletlinion't 

Carnegie, W., Douglasmuir 

Edwards, James, New barns 

Esplin, W. K., Spyilie House, Leysmill 

Gilruth, Ed., Seaton of Auulimitliie 

Graham, John M.. Kirkton 

Grant, H. A., Raesmill 

Greig, Robert. Ironshill 

Hamilton, William of Bryan ton 

Hay, D., Lunanbank 

Hunter, James, Burnside of Fallaw 

Hynd, James Matthew, North Mains of Rtliio 

Hynd, James, jun., Ilodgetmi 

Hynd, Mrs A. J., Boysack Mill 

Jarron, James A , Rosehill 

Lamb, James, Mains of Hilton 

Lawson, Alexander A., Newton of Boysack 

Leslie, James. Maryton 

Leslie, John, Maryton 

Leslie. Robert 11.. \V Muirhousc 

Leslie, William, Maryton 

Lindsay, R. West Mains of Kinblethinont 

Low, William, Denniark 

Macgregor, Alexina J, Abethnne 

Mathewson, Geo. Chapel I on of Boysack 

Meilde, John, Grange 

Meikle. Thomas, Boghead 

Middleton, James, Newbarns 

Miller, Alex. W., Anniston Mill 

Mitchell. Norman, Mvreside 

Morgan, David W.. jr., South Mains of Ethie 

No|-t)iesk, Right Hon. Earl of, lilliie Castle 



Phillips, Alex., Burnside of Boysack 
Rait, Gertrude Jean, Lawton 
Rait, Mrs, of Anniston 
Ritchie, John, Reps, of, Janeston 
Ritchie, Andrew, Knowes of Boysack 
Rodger, George, Waulkmills 
Samson, David, Helenstown 
Smith, Peter, Fallaw 
Stephen, Thomas, West Border 
Stewart, Charles, Anniston 
Taylor, James, Hassock 
Taylor, Walter, Balmullie Hall 
Thomson, Sir Mitchell, Ethie Castle 
Valentine Alex., Meg Taylor's Land 
Whittet.G., Boysack Mill 

Kinnell . 
Adam, John, Bolshan 
Alexander, Joseph, Aluirside 
Arnot, David P., Hatton Mill 
Batchelor, F., M., and G., Kinnell Mill 
Beattie, Mrs William, Pamphray 
Black, George & Gavin, Egypt 
Blair, Mrs, Muirside 
Carrie, Jame~, Muirside 
Christison, James, Heughhead of Guthrie 
Croal, Wm., Towerton 
Esplin, Miss Jessie, Muirside 
Ferguson, John, Woodside 
Ferguson, Mrs Jane, Woodside Poo 
Findlay, William, Muirside 
Grieve, Andrew, Mainsbank 
Hamilton, James, Easter Braikie 
Harris, John, Muirside 
Inverarity, James, Muirside 
Law, John, Muirside 
Low, Charles, Pitmikie 
M'Niven, Duncan, Willanyards 
Miln, Daviil, Muirside 
Milne, J., Polmood 
Moir, Alex., Hill of Bolshan 
Moves, W. C. Reninuir 
Muggins, James D. , Muirside 
Nicoll, Mrs, Wester Braikie 
Norrie, Robert, Whandland 
Robertson, Andrew, Freelauds 
Robertson, R. Bruce, Pool 
Robertson, Daniel, Muirside 
Russell, James, Sheepsfauld 
Smart, Mrs, Muirside 
Smith, Hugh, Waterston of Kinnell 
Thomson, Andrew, Yiewbank 
Thomson, James. Whitehills 
Thomson William, jun., Muirside 
Towns, Hector, Muirside 
Wilson, George, East Glasterlaw 
Wyllie, James, East Freelands 

Kirkden. 
Alexander, Mrs Catherine, Hillkirk 
Alexander, James, Hillkirk 
Alexander, John, North Dumbarrow 
Brodie, John C. B. Callander, of Idvies 
Brown, William, Gask 
Cummine, Mrs Agnes, Pitmuies Mill 
Cummine, D. & A., Pitmuies Mill 
Doctor, Andrew, Friock Mains 
Garden, Alex., West Mains of Gardyne 
Gardyne, Miss Bruce, of Middleton 



FARMERS' LIST. 



243 



Goodfellow, George H., Newton Idvies 

Gray, David, Blairs, Dumbarrow 

Gray, Alex, Blairs, Dumbarrow 

Henderson, Chas. B. Cotton of Gardyne 

Inverarity, Mrs Jane, Balmuir 

Irons, Elizabeth, Braotullo Mill 

Irons, Thos. C., Bractullo Mill 

Irvine, George, Denton Mill 

Leslie, John, Knoekhill 

Lyell, Alexander, of Gardyne 

Milne, John, Bractullo 

M'Leod, Joseph, Dumbarrow 

Nome, George C, Hillhead of Ascurry 

Ogilvie, Mrs Isa., Ascurrymill 

Paul, Arthur, West Cotton of Gardyne 

Ramsay, Charles, Aseurrybank 

Reid, Charles, West Idvies 

Roy, Wm., jun., Bridgend 

Salmond, Charles S., Legaston 

Scott. James D., Ascurry 

Scott, William, Falladybauk 

Sheriff, David, Dumbarrow 

Stewart, D. jun., Rinneries 

Tindal, John, Dumbarrow Mill 

Todd, John, Denton 

Whamond, Trustees of Jolm M., Idvies 

Whitton,Repsof A., East Mains of Dumbarrow 

Young, Wm., Mains of Dumbarrow 

Panbride. 
Aikenhead, Wm., Auchrennie 
Anderson, James, Crombie Mills 
Bowie, Misses, Carlogie 
Carr, James, Cairncortie 
Collier, John W., Hatton 
Colquhoun, Hugh, Mains of Panmure 
Couper, James, West Scryne 
Co we, Alfred, Balhousie 
Duncan, James, Panbride 
Duthie, Alex., Firth 
Forbes, David, Muirdrum 
Grieve, William, Rottenrow 
Kydd, James, East Scryne 
Leslie, William. Heughhead 
Martin, John, Middleton of Panbride 
M'Farlane, D., Westhaven 
Smith, Alexander, Buckyhillock 
Steven, W., Craiginill 
Stewart, John, dairyman, Panbride 
Stott, Mrs Alexander, Craiginill 
Swan, William C, Inverpeffer 
Taylor, Robert, Pitlivie 
Whitton, P. W., Balmaclne 

Barry. 
Batchelor, F. M. & G., Mains of Ravensby 
Batchelor, F. M. & G., Grange of Barrv 
Batchelor, F. M. & G,, Crookhill 
Bell, Thos., Newton 
Bell. J. F., Carnoustie Farm 
Boath, James, Reps of Greenlawhill 
Donnachie, Andrew, Waterybutts 
Easson, Alex., Barry Mills 
Fairlie, William, Woodhill 
Findlay, Robert, Dalmore 
Gibson, James, Annfield 
Hay, — ., Carlungie 
Leslie, W., Westcotside 
Leslie, W., Burnside of Barry and Heughhead 



Liinn, David A., Lochend 

M'Laren,F.,Benthead, Panmure; and TheNook 

Milne, D. J. S., Woodhill 

Milne, John, Ravensby 

Pattullo, J. H., Pitskelly 

Semple, James, Old Downie 

Small, Thomas, Cotside 

Stewart, John, Viewbank 

Suttie, Wm., Clayholes 

Thompson, Win., Lower Balmachie 

Carmyllie. 

Adam, Wm., West Skichen 

Anderson, James, Crombie Mill 

Binnie, Charles, Glentyrie 

Binnie, Wm., Crofts 

Black, George, Greystone 

Black, Hugh, Greystone 

Black, John, Smythton 

Boath, Robert, jun., Muiredgs 

Buick, Alexander, Curleys 

Clark. David, Cotterton of Carnegie 

Crichton, David, Currend 

Cowie, Mrs, Cockhill 

Dowall, John, North Mains of Cononsyth 

Duncan, Andrew, Drummygar 

Duncan, Alex. Jun., Podge 

Duthie, Alex., Firth 

Esplin, John, Greenfield 

Esplin, William, West Laverockhal 

Falconer, James, Milton of Conon 

Findlay, A. & J. Laverockhall 

Findlay, James, Westward 

Findlay, John, Burnhead 

Fullarton, G., Forehills 

Fyffe, Mrs, Milton of Carmyllie 

Fyflfe, Robert M., Birns 

Gardiner, William, New Mains of Guynd 

Gibb, John, Montquhir 

Guild, William, Ward Nook 

Hume, David, Mains of Carmyllie 

Hume, Robert, Hillhead 

Hutton, Robert, Backmuir 

Laird, Alex., Muirhead, Carmyllie 

Lindsay, William, Chamberlain Knowe 

Lowden, Walter, Backboath 

M' Donald, Chas., Slade 

M'Donald, Wm. I., Slade 

M'Dougall, Robert, Westhills 

M'Kay, David, Greystone 

M'Owan, Wm., Dykehead 

M 'Robbie, Mrs John, Conon 

Martin, David, Dustydrum 

Martin, George, Dustydrum 

Mathieson, Alex., Ditch of Cononsyth 

Milne, Andrew, Parknook 

Mitchell, Alex., Drummygar 

Millar, Peter, Croftsmuir 

Norrie, A. H. Muiredge 

Ouchterlony, Lieut. -Col. Thos. H., of Guynd 

Purvis, Charles, Brae of Conon 

Ramsay, David, Goats 

Rennie, James, Parknook 

Ritchie, Jas., South Mains of Cononsyth 

Robb, James, Easthills 

Robb, Wm., Cotterton of Carnegie 

Robertson, Ross, Lochlair 

Ruxton, J., Berryhillock 

Samson, Wm., Mid Mains of Cononsyth 



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Scott, Mrs Charles, Newton of Carmyllie 


Robertson, David, Newton 


Sim, Carnegie, Carnegie 


Scrimgeour, Alex., Dubton of Turin 


-Smieton, Thomas, Tooty 


Scrimgeour, Wm., Mosstnn Muir 


Smith, Wm., East Ward 




Soutar, Andrew, Westliills 


Lunan. 


Soutar, George, Westhills 


Soutar, John L., Milton Haugh 


Buchan, James, Dnnninald 


Soutar, Mrs, Mosstown 


Christison. Andrew, Dnnninald 


Todd, G., Mossend and Diltyinoss 


Dorwani, Charles, Braehead of Lunan 


Turnbull, David, Smallburn 


Hooa, Mrs, Gighty Burn 


Wilson, Mrs Mary, Westhills 


Imrie, Major Hew F. Blair, Lunan House 


Young, Mrs, Cononsyth 


Jarron, George, Arbikie 




Kinnear. George, Reps., of Nether Dysart 




Rodger, Misses, Drurabertnot and Courthill 




Sherret, John & James, Springfield 


Guthrie . 


Sturrock, Andrew and George, Hawkhill 




Tindal, John, jun., Upper Dysart 


Beattie, Alex., Montreatlnnont 


Watson, Wm., Boddin 


Cameron, Hugh, Glasterlaw 




Cargill, William, Muirside of Turin 
Christison, James, Heughheap 


Arbroath Burgh. 


Dickson, James, Pickerton of Turin 


Balfour, Alex., Bloomfleld 


Dryden, William, Bents of Turin 


Binnie, Walter, Gallowden 


Guild, George, Milton 


Buick, William, Hospitalfleld 


Guthrie, John D. M., Capt, Guthrie Castle 


Dunbar, David, Cairnie 


Hill, W.. Langlands of Turin 


Cowie, James, East Muirlands 


Mackie, James, Rockhead 


Francis, G. A., Tarry wards and Cliffburn 


M'Callum. Webster, Guthrie Castle 


Gair, Alex., Little Cairnie 


M'Gowan, Jas., Hillside of Guthrie 


Laing, Jas., Annfield 


M'Naughton, Alexander, East Mains 


Laird, James, Rosebrae 


Ogilvie, David, jun , Broadfaulds of Turin 


Sherret, Alex., Springfield 


Hennie, John, jr., Millfield of Guthrie 


Wallace, A., Cuiloden 


Rennie, William, Guthrie Home Farm 


Webster, W. W., Denley 


ORDERS FOR 

PLOUGHING MATCH AWARD GARDS, 


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SUPPER TICKETS, AND OTHER PRINTING, 


SHOULD BK SENT TO 


<Uhe "Arbroath Herald" Office, 


Where you are sure of getting the Best Service and the 


Most Reasonable Prices. 



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